August Köhler

August Karl Johann Valentin Köhler (March 4, 1866 – March 12, 1948) was a German professor and early staff member of Carl Zeiss AG in Jena, Germany. He is best known for his development of the microscopy technique of Köhler illumination, an important principle in optimizing microscopic resolution power by evenly illuminating the field of view. This invention revolutionized light microscope design and is widely used in traditional as well as modern digital imaging techniques today. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Köhler, August 1835-1897
Published 1856
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Published 1860
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by Köhler, August
Published 1860
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by Köhler, August
Published 1860
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by Köhler, August
Published 1860
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by Köhler, August
Published 1861
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by Köhler, August
Published 1861
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by Köhler, August
Published 1861
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by Köhler, August 1821-1879
Published 1862
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by Kohler, August
Published 1863
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by Kohler, August
Published 1863
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by Köhler, August
Published 1863
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by Kohler, August
Published 1863
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by Köhler, August 1821-1879
Published 1863
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by Hasse, Friedrich Rudolf
Published 1864
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by Hasse, Friedrich Rudolf
Published 1864
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by Hasse, Friedrich Rudolf
Published 1864
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by Köhler, August
Published 1865
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Published 1865
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