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Parent Category: Microbiology
Microscopes are used to look at things that are not visible to the naked eye. This category would demonstrate how microscopes work and information about different kinds of microscope.
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It depends what do you plan on looking at and what type of microscope do you want? Also what quality do you want as in what magnifications will suffice: 5X, 10X, 40X....Typical light microscopes can go up to 40X but many of them costs above $1000.00 dollars and require microscopic slides and usually…
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It depends on the power of the microscope an the skill you have in preparing slides.Around 150x, good slide prepartion becomes crucial.   a quick search on google reveals many guides to building your own Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM). If you do attempt such a feat the following books mi…
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The first compound microscope was made in 1590 in The Netherlands. Hans Lippershey, Sacharias Jansen, and Hans Jenssen, all eyeglass makers, have each been given credit for the invention. Apparently working independently but at the same time, they developed almost identical concepts.
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Zacharias Janssen and his son Johannes (Hans), spectacle makers in Holland, are usually credited with inventing the first compound microscope in about 1590. (Hans Lippershey a spectacle maker in the same city, Middelburg, Netherlands, also claimed credit for the invention but was perhaps more instru…
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I am not sure what model my toshiba PC is, but this will probably work fo yours. hold Dow the FN key ( bottom left on keyboard) while pressing F7 to make the screen brighter, F6 to make it dimmer.hope this helps,A random PC geek
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A microscope is a scientific instrument with one or more lenses that enhances the view of smaller objects, for example, microorganisms (bacteria) and microsopic materials, which are too small to be seen with the naked eye. The eyepiece lens and objective lenses able to zoom in and out to enlarge an…
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The term compound microscope normally refers to a light microscope that uses two or more lenses to magnify objects. (Two lenses does not refer to the number of eye pieces as does the term binocular microscope.) This is to be distinguished from a simple light microscope with a single lens. There ar…
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Almost like a musical instrument One of the first (see the link below) was a brass plate with a glass bead for a lens, behind the glass bead was a needle on a screw for the specimen.
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Place a small amount of lens-cleaning fluid on a clean sheet of lens paper. Make one circular pass on the lens & throw away the paper.
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Light waves are bent as they travel through glass increasing the ability to see items at a much more magnified level. First, we have to light up the specimen. A mirror mounted under the microscope stand does the job. Light bounces off the mirror, passes through and around our specimen (mounted firm…
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It changes by a process called refracting.
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Sometime about the year 1590, two Dutch spectacle makers, Zaccharias Janssen and his father Hans started experimenting with these lenses. They put several lenses in a tube and made a very important discovery. The object near the end of the tube appeared to be greatly enlarged, much larger than any s…
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That will vary on what country you reside. In the United States you will find a microscope set at a major outlet like ToysRus. Expect to have a pretty basic microscope. If you are more serious, check with local medical supply stores for your area. High schools' science teachers/labs could give you …
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In about 1595, Zacharias Jansenn built the first microscope.
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1928 i believe by the Germans... someone check me on that... it wasnt the electron microscope we know today but it was the same concept only it magnified by a small 17 times... it has be improved since then
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Anton van Leeuwenhoek died on August 26, 1723 at the age of 90.
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1.hold the neck with one hand 2. put your other hand underneath the base 3. Wind stage all the way up to the top 4. Make sure that the smallest objective lens is in front 5. place slide in the centure of stage and put the stageclips on 6. look throught the eyepiece and focus the slide 7. when …
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A microscope is used for seeing thing closer then they really are.
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There are many. Simple microscope, compound microscope, light microscope, scanning electron microscope, Transmission Electron Microscope, Dissection microscope, etc,but all together there are about 20 different types of microscopes.
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Here are some types of microscopes. Dissection, Compound (for general use), Scanning Electron, Transmission,
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It was invented by Robert Hooke. =)
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there are seven type of microscope.they are (1)Electron microscope(2)compound microscope(3)light microscope(4)scanning electron microscope(5)transmission electron microscope(6)dark field microscope and(7)light field microscope
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a microscope is vital in biology because if someone had a illness it would be helpful to look at the blood cells and T cells
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It is was Hans Jansse.But many think that it was Anthon Van Leeuwenhoek.
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To keep the answer very simple, the specimen being viewed is inverted when light passes through the objective lens (carrying the image) , which is usually convex in nature. So if you view something which is already "inverted" it would get corrected, i.e appear right. (The bending of light is called …
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A microscope is a scientific instrument with one or more lenses that enhances the view of smaller objects, for example, microorganisms (bacteria) and microsopic materials, which are too small to be seen with the naked eye. The eyepiece lens and objective lenses able to zoom in and out to enlarge an…
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1)simple microscope 2)compound microscope 3)Sterio microscope 4)Electron microscope
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Because it is too expensive to mishandle and replace it.
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You can use that to estimate the size of objects that you are observing.
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Anthony van Leeuwenhoek is credited with developing the modern microscope, but it could not be said that he invented the first microscope. He improved upon previous inventions by increasing magnification by up to 270 times the size of the sample being studied, using a single lens. The invention of …
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The first primitive microscope was invented in 1590 by two eyeglass makers, but the first telescope used for scientific purposes wasnt invent until the 1600's By Anton Von Leeuwenhoek.
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It is a microscope with only one lens.
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First of all which microscope do you want to know the parts to? A scanning electron microscope? Transition electron microscope? Bright field? Dark field? Phase contrast? Confocal? These parts of found on a bright field light microscope: fine adjustment knob coarse adjustment knob slit light r…
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This historical controversy around the invention of the microscope involves credit to either Hans Lippershey or Zacharias Jansen.The father Hans Jansen is usually credited with making the first microscopes with the help of his son Zacharias Jansen.The matter is complex because Hans Lippershey and Ha…
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Test tubes are basically narrow glass tubes used for storing things and performing small chemical reactions in a laboratory. On a lighter note, there are several bars that like to serve certain alcoholic shots in test tubes.
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When using a light microscope you encounter diffraction. (Visible light behaves like a wave, with a wavelength of about 300 to 900 nanometres). We say that light diffracts when its wavelike behaviour makes it bend around obstacles, or spread out. If the obstacle is much larger than the waveleng…
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Compound microscopes can be found in most biology and science classrooms. They are electrically operated and use light to enhance the image of a cell. They will have multiple lenses for viewing. Dissecting microscopes are also known as stereo microscopes. They have low magnification and are also lig…
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A microscope is a scientific instrument which magnifies objects that are too small to be seen by the naked eye. Microscopes come in two varieties - electron microscope (EM) and light microscope (L.M). It uses combination of magnifying lenses with a rotator that can be used to adjust the item view op…
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the microscope does not have arms it has an arm. it is used fo rkeeping the top of the microscope in place
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Microscopes are used to see small images that are invisible to the naked eye.
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3 Main Parts of the Microscope A. Mechanical Parts Coarse Adjustment Knob - used to focus the image of specimen under LPO and for fast improvement of the body tube Fine Adjustment Knob - used to focus specimen under HPO and to see its finer details Arm - supports the body tube Stage - platform…
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The theee main parts of the microscope are Lenses Tube-arm assembly illuminator
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-It enlarges objects and materials to a different magnification level where you would be able to observe them better in a different point of view.
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The compound microscope has three main parts, The three main parts of a microscope includes the illuminating parts, the magnifying parts, and the mechanical parts.
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The simple one-lens microscope was invented around the 1100's.The compound microscope was invented in 1590.
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eyepiece, diophram, fine adjustment knob, revolving nosepiece, low power objective, high power objective, base, stage, coarse adjusting knob, mirror, stage clip, body tube, arm
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The illuminating parts of a microscope are the parts that enable us to see the detail of the subject placed under the microscope.
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The Microscope  Parts and SpecificationsThe main parts of the microscope are the eye-pieces, microscope tube, nose- piece, objective, mechanical stage, condenser, coarse and fine focusing knobs, and light source.Historians credit the invention of the compound microscope to the Dutch spectacl…
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Answer No, the glass itself is made the same. First off the glass is made by a tank molding process , such as, soda ash, silica, sand and limestone, which are heated in a ceramic tank. The liquid glass w/coloring agents are then forced through pipes into an automated pressing mold. Glass is…
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the illuminating parts of a microscope are the diaphragm and the condenser...but i'am not xure that the condenser is belong...i think it's the mirror or what we call the light source..
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a microscope is an instrument which is used for viewing the things/organisms in detail which can not be seen by a naked eye.
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mechanical , optical , and magnifying
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lens aperture diaphram
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Eyepiece , base body tube , objective , stage , and arm
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Biology covers the study of all the living beings and their interactions into the biosphere. This is a very important task because we are able to learn about behavior and function of living things. Biology also investigates the environmental factors that surround the living beings; and, by means of…
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eyepiece body tubecoarese adjustmentfine adjustmentrevolving nose pieceobjectivearmstage clipstageinclination jointbasemirrordiagraph
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the first microscopes measured from 3x to 9x depending on the size
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Microscopes are used to see objects too small for the naked eye. The science of investigating small objects using such an instrument is called microscopy. Microscopic means invisible to the eye unless aided by a microscope.
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You can see microscopic things.
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On a microscope, the distance from the shoulder on which the eyepiece rests to the shoulder where the screw-in objective is located (nominally 160 mm).
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Anthony van Leeuwenhoek was an unlikely scientist. A tradesman of Delft, Holland, he came from a family of tradesmen, had no fortune, received no higher education or university degrees, and knew no languages other than his native Dutch. This would have been enough to exclude him from the scientific …
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Answer It is a staining technique that uses a dye to stain the background but not the cell. and are used to demonstrate bacterial capsule.
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allows light to pass through a specimen and was two lenses to form an image.
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A microscope works by magnetizing objects with the glass inside the lens. This lense will show you the small objects you put in containers called slides under the microscope's lens.
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The basic microscope is an optical instrument that uses a lens or a combination of lenses to produce magnified images of small objects, especially of objects too small to be seen by the unaided eye. Modern instruments, such as an electron microscope, use electronic or other processes to magnify obje…
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The hydrophone was developed first. It was around back in Da Vinci's time, and the first recorded use dates from about 1490. Stick the large end of a "horn" of some kind in the water and listen to the little end to see what you can hear. That's a hydrophone. Sonar came along later, like in the earl…
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Staining rack is used to hold many glass slides at a time. By putting slides on a staining rack, you can pour dye simultaneously and it will help to reduce extra dye or stain.
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A compound microscope is used to magnify small objects such as algae, bacteria, diseases, etc.
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We need microscopes to see any organisms that are too small to be seen with the naked eye.
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to see the microscopic organisms that live inside water air or anything really. They cannot be seen to the naked eye and therefore we need to use microscopes to see them
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A microscope slide is a small rectangular piece of glass that the sample (the thing you're looking at) is placed on for observation. Generally, the sample is next covered with a cover strip (a small piece of plastic, used to keep the sample from sliding). The slide makes it possible to look at the s…
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Biologists use two main types of electron microscopes. Transmission electron microscopes (TEMs) shine a beam of electrons through a thin specimen. Scanning electron microscopes (SEMs) scan a narrow beam of electrons back and forth across the surface of a specimen.
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A cover slip is a small, and extremely thin piece of glass used in the operation of a microscope. The cover slip is placed on top of the specimen which is then placed under the microscope. The function of the cover slip is that it keeps the specimen in place while you examine it.
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Magnifying glasses.
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MicroscopesThe first compound microscope was made in 1590 in The Netherlands. Hans Lippershey, Sacharias Jansen, and Hans Jenssen, all eyeglass makers, have each been given credit for the invention. See the related link for more information. Additional Information: If a microscope is any instrument …
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Anton Van Leeuwenhoek pioneered the 'advanced' microscope.
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