Visible Dichroic Filters

Visible Dichroic Filters

Visible Dichroic Filters are color filters to selectively pass light of a small range of colors while reflecting other colors. In fluorescence microscopy, dichroic filters are used as beam splitters to direct illumination of an excitation frequency toward the sample and then at an analyzer to reject that same excitation frequency but pass a particular emission frequency.

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