Week+1[1] - Exercises:1,3,5,10,&11 Microscopythatallows...

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Exercises: 1, 3, 5, 10, & 11
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Microscopy that allows  light rays to pass to the  eye without being  deflected through a  condenser (the most  basic form of  microscopy)
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Pages 4 - 5 of lab manual Arm and base; stage and mechanical stage (holds  slide in place); mechanical stage control Voltage control – controls amount of light  Ocular – eye pieces Objectives – 4x and 10x (low power), 40x (high  power), and 100x (oil immersion)
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Condenser – collects light (DOES NOT effect  magnifying power) Diaphragm – regulates how much light reaches slide Coarse adjustment and Fine adjustment knob – used  to bring the slide into focus
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Most light microscopes limited to 1000x magnification  due to limitations in the lens ability to separate two  objects (resolving power) Numerical aperture (NA) is the equation that describes  how condensing lens focus light rays from a light 
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2009 for the course HONORS 250 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.

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Week+1[1] - Exercises:1,3,5,10,&11 Microscopythatallows...

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