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Invention of the Microscope. The first known lens: 721-705BC Invention of Spectacles: 1280-1285 AD, inventor is uncertain. The First Compound (more than one lens) Microscope: Zacharias Jansen, in Holland, around 1595 AD.
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Invention of the Microscope Marcello Malpighi: Italian models that were made; 5-8 inches The one on the left made around 1635-1715. The one on the right made around 1610-85.
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Invention of the Microscope Italian style Microscope as Galileo may have used: Early 1600’s Christopher Cock made the microscope that Robert Hooke used, 1665
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Invention of the Microscope The English Tripod became popular in the 1700’s. Many of which were made in 1680. John Yarwell’s microscope in the year 1683. The tripods are confined to museums.
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Invention of the Microscope Leeuwenhoek’s microscope (1679) was about 3-4” high, and made of two brass plates riveted together, with a small hole in the plates where the tiny but high powered lens is placed.
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Invention of the Microscope This is how Leewenhoek used his
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Unformatted text preview: microscope: Some of the simple microscopes: Invention of the Microscope John Marshalls 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 Benjamin Martins Drum Style, 1738 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 John Cuffs Microscope: (1742) 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 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 The above microscope became very popular, and a lot of manufactures made similar scopes. This one was made by Dollond...
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