The refractive index is the ratio of the velocity of

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17. The Refractive Index is the Ratio of the Velocity of Light in a Vacuum to its Velocity in a specified Medium. Medium Refractive Index Air 1.00 __________________________________________________________________ Water 1.33 __________________________________________________________________ Biological Specimens 1.35 __________________________________________________________________ Ethanol 1.36 __________________________________________________________________ Olive Oil 1.47 __________________________________________________________________ Glass 1.52 What is the Refractive Index of our Immersion Oil? A. 1.33 ______________________ B. 1.35 ______________________ C. 1.47 ______________________ D. 1.52
18. Your Loony Uncle in Escondido sent you a small, portable RussianLOMOSputniki Microscope. “LOMO” (ЛОМО) is an Acronym (G= name across)for Ленинградское Oптико-Mеханическое Oбъединение (Leningrad Optical-Mechanical Amalgamation). The nasty Flesh-Colored Plastic Carrying Case in which your Sputniki arrived contains a small Allen Wrench. You eventually discover that you can use this Allen Wrench on two Allen Screws below the Stage. These Allen Screws move what you assume must be the Condenser. One of these Allen Screws moves the entire Condenser underneath the Stage back and forth in the “x” Axis; the other of these Allen Screws moves the Condenser back and forth in the “y” Axis. Together, these two Allen Screws correspond to which Control(s) on our Olympus Microscopes?
MIC 103L Exam 1 Page 1219. On the Base of your Sputniki is an Optical Unit containing what you assume must be the Microscope Illumination System. On top of this Microscope Illumination System is a thick Rectangular Glass Plate exactly the same Size as a Microscope Slide. Well, OK; it isa Microscope Slide. Black Paint has been applied to the Upper Surface of this Slide such that it has three clear Apertures, one with a Diameter of ~1.0 cm, one with a Diameter of ~0.75 cm, and one with a Diameter of ~0.5 cm. A surprisingly large Metal Lever on the Base of your Sputniki moves this Black-Painted Glass Plate back and forth such that the 1.0 cm, the 0.75 cm or the 0.5 cm Aperture can be clicked into place immediately above the Microscope Illumination System. This large Metal Lever corresponds to which Control(s) on our Olympus Microscopes?
20. Underneath the Stage and just below the Condenser is yet another Glass Plate exactly the same Size as a Microscope Slide. Well, OK, this guy is yet another Microscope Slide (Soviet Optical Engineering was Solid, if not overly Imaginative). Black Paint has been applied to the Upper Surface of this Slide such that it has three clear Apertures, one with a Diameter of ~1.0 cm, one with a Diameter of ~0.75 cm, and one with a Diameter of ~0.5 cm. A ridiculously small, icky Plastic Lever below the Condenser moves this Black-Painted Glass Plate back and forth such that the 1.0 cm, the 0.75 cm or the 0.5 cm Aperture can be clicked into place immediatelybelow the Condenser. This small Plastic Lever corresponds to which Control(s) on our Olympus Microscopes?
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