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Unformatted text preview: Vermeer—The Geographer So, is “The Geographer” Leeuenhoek? Relative Sizes TEM TEM SEM SEM both both both both Leeuenhoek’s Microscope Simple Scope: Only One Lens (Advantage = Less Distortion) View Through Light Microscope • [Top left] View (Elder pith) with Original Leeuwenhoek microscope. • [Top right] Modern Leitz optical microscope (light-ground). • [Bottom Left] Modern Leitz optical microscope (dark-ground). • [Bottom right] Cambridge Stereoscan electron microscope image. Light Through Compound Scope Compound Scope: More than One Lens (Advantage = Greater Magnification) Light Filter What is Resolution? The object of microscopy is not just to increase magnification, but to do so while retaining sufficient resolution. Resolution is the ability to see two items as two separate things, i.e., two dots as two separate dots. The resolution a microscope is capable of achieving is the smallest distance between two dots such that the two dots may be observed (resolved) as separate entities.(resolved) as separate entities....
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course MCB 205 taught by Professor Abedon during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.

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