microscope - Microscopy Danil Hammoudi.MD are and Handling...

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Unformatted text preview: Microscopy Danil Hammoudi.MD are and Handling of the Microscope: A microscope is a delicate piece of equipment and should be treated with care. Use two hands when carrying the microscope. Place one hand around the arm of the microscope and the other under the base for support. Carry the microscope upright and close to the body. Place the microscope flat on the table , but not too near the edge where it might be knocked off. DO NOT slide the microscope back and forth on the lab table. If it becomes necessary to clean the lenses on the microscope, ask your facilitator for a piece of lens paper . Other materials, such as paper towel, can scratch the surface of the lens. COLOR BLIND TEST The test to the left is simpler. The individual with normal color vision will see a 5 revealed in the dot pattern. An individual with Red/Green (the most common) color blindness will see a 2 revealed in the dots. There are two basic types of microscopes commonly used to study anatomy today: light microscopes and electron microscopes .- A light microscope works as light is passed through the specimen to be observed; the light then passes through one or more glass lenses ,which magnify and focus the image. - An electron microscope shoots a beam of electrons through the specimen. Rather than using glass lenses, magnets are used as lenses to magnify and focus the image. B ecause the lens systems in a microscope are composed of many lenses it is called compound. The typical illumination of specimens in which light passes through the compound....
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