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Unformatted text preview: n Some of the simple microscopes: 2 Invention of the Microscope n John Marshall’s Microscope of 1704. In this microscope the body could be rotated upon the pillar so that the base could be set at the side Invention of the Microscope n Benjamin Martin’s “Drum” Style, 1738 n This was a simple microscope, with the body tube enclosed by the outer tube. The inner body tube could be slid up or down for focus. Invention of the Microscope n John Cuff’s Microscope: (1742) n This had a smaller body tube which allowed more stability. A strong side pillar held the tube and the stage firmly. Invention of the Microscope n George Adams SR., and His Microscopes: (1746). He introduced “New Universal Double Microscope”. This could be used as a simple by removing the tube, and a compound microscope. Invention of the Microscope n The above microscope became very popular, and a lot of manufactures made similar scopes. This one was made by Dollond...
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This note was uploaded on 06/12/2011 for the course EGN 3000 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '09 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.
- Spring '09