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Microscope - Introduction microscopy Introduction...

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Introduction °microscopy Introduction °microscopy °most cells are .01-.1 mm °unaided eye sees .1mm °Hooke °built microscope (30X)
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Purpose of Microscope °magnification ° enlarged image by a factor °resolving power ° ability to separate two adjacent points in a specimen °contrast ° how well details stand out against the background °parfocal °remain in focus when switching objectives
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Rules and Care of the Microscope, abridged °carry microscope correctly °clean lenses with lens paper and slides with Kimwipes °set smallest objective in place (4X) and bring stage close of objectives °use oil with oil immersion lens (100X) only °clean all lenses when finished °have instructor check scope before storing
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The Compound Microscope Metric measurement of a field of view °ocular = 10X °mag of lens total mag. (ocular x obj.) 4X 40X 10X 100X 40X 400X 100X 1000X
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6 Exercises Ex. 7.1 fill in table
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