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Outline - Chapter 9 - 020708 - Chapter 9 Visualizing Cells...

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Chapter 9 Visualizing Cells 1. The light microscope can resolve details 0.2 μ m apart (pages 579-583; figures 9-2 to 9-6) - parts of a light microscope - path of light in a light microscope - the wave nature of light – when two waves are in phase, the amplitude of the resultant wave is larger and the brightness is increased; when two waves are out of phase, they cancel each other and the brightness of the resultant wave is decreased - magnification versus resolution - resolving power 2. Different kinds of light microscopes (page 583; figure 9-8) - bright-field microscope - phase-contrast microscope - differential-interference-contrast microscope - dark-field microscope
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