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• You do this Set-Up by focussing on the Specimen (or the "P" Slide) using the Fine and Coarse Focus Knobs, which raise and lower the Stage without moving the Condenser.
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MIC 103L Exam 1 Page 810. The Second Set-Up (Set-Up 2) for Brightfield Alignment involves -- A. • Setting the Working Distance between Specimen and the Condenser Lens. • You do this Set-Up by focussing on the Image of the Field Diaphragm using the Condenser Focus Knob, which raises and lowers both the Condenser and the Stage in Tandem. ________________________________________________ B. • Setting the Working Distance between Specimen and the Condenser Lens. • You do this Set-Up by focussing on the Image of the Field Diaphragm using the Condenser Focus Knob, which raises and lowers the Condenser without moving the Stage. ________________________________________________ C. • Setting the Working Distance between the Specimen and the Objective Lens. • You do this Set-Up by focussing on the Specimen (or the "P" Slide) using the Fine and Coarse Focus Knobs, which raise and lower both the Stage and the Condenser in Tandem. ________________________________________________ D. • Setting the Working Distance between the Specimen and the Objective Lens. • You do this Set-Up by focussing on the Specimen (the the "P" Slide) using the Fine and Coarse Focus Knobs, which raise and lower the Stage without moving the Condenser. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ STOP! • Perform a Self-Diagnostic for any Evidence of Sudden-Onset Idiopathic Anal-Cranial Inversion. • Did you just answer Question Ten (10) on this Page? • Then you are cleared to answer Question Eleven (11) on Page 9. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
MIC 103L Exam 1 Page 911. The Third Set-Up (Set-Up 3) for Brightfield Alignment involves -- A. • Centering and trimming the Cylinder of Light projected by the Condenser into the Objective Lens. - You use the Fine Focus Knob to touch-up the Focus of the Image of the Condenser Diaphragm. - You use the Condenser Diaphragm Control to adjust the Size of the Image of the Condenser Diaphragm. - You use the Condenser Centering Screws to center the Image of the Condenser Diaphragm. _______________________________ B. • Centering and trimming the Cylinder of Light projected by the Condenser into the Objective Lens. - You use the Fine Focus Knob to touch-up the Focus the Image of the Field Diaphragm. - You use the Condenser Diaphragm Control to adjust the Size of the Image of the Field Diaphragm. - You use the Mechanical State Controls to center the Image of the Field Diaphragm. _______________________________ C. • Centering and trimming the Cylinder of Light projected by the Illuminator into the Condenser Lens. - You use the Condenser Focus Knob to touch-up the Focus of the Image of the Field Diaphragm. - You use the Field Diaphragm Control on the Illuminator to adjust the Size of the Image of the Field Diaphragm - You use the Condenser Centering Screws to center the Image of the Field Diaphragm. _______________________________ D. • Centering and trimming the Cylinder of Light projected by the Illuminator into the Condenser Lens. - You use the Condenser Focus Knob to touch-up the Focus of the Image of the Condenser Diaphragm. - You use the Condenser Diaphragm Control on the Condenser to adjust the Size of the Image of the Condenser Diaphragm - You use the Condenser Centering Screws to center the Image of the Condenser Diaphragm.
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