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Unformatted text preview: AP-1 Lab 01 – Lab ReportName: Section: Bio 201Laboratory Report: Exercise 1: Using the MicroscopePurpose: What is the purpose of this exercise? Are there any safety concerns associated with this exercise? If so, list what they are and what precautions should be taken.The purpose of this exercise is to be familiar with knowing how to operate, maintain, clean, and transport the microscope carefully. There are many associated safety concerns to adhere to while using the microscope. Here’s a list of safety concerns to follow: 1) Transport or carry the microscope with two hands, one at the base and the other holding the arm. 2) Put the scope down gently as to prevent making damages to the eyepieces, lenses, etc. When putting it away, it’s best to store the scope away on a stable desk and leveled surface or else store it in a fitted foam case it comes in.3) Operate the scope with clean hands.4) The lens should not be clean with any tissue paper or other cloth due to possible minerals/lints/deposits on it besides for microfiber cloth, high quality lens paper, or cotton swab. When disassembling the lens for cleaning, it’s important to remember their face positions (convex surface up or down) to avoid confusion and improperly restoring them in the wrong way.5) Use the stop set screw to prevent the objective lens from touching the slide or specimen while adjusting the coarse knob. 6) When operating the scope, be sure to start the objective lens from the lowest position, close to the slide, then only use the coarse knob to bring it higher up....
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- Fall '10
- Telescope, Eyepiece, objective lens