A phase-contrast microscope differs from a brightfield microscope by having a?
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of monocular microscopes?
The advantages of a monocular microscope is that it is easier to use than a stereo microscope, a disadvantage of the monocular microscope is that it only has a singular eyepiece, therefore, it is harder to see the image. The advantages of a stereo microscope is having two eyepieces, it is easier to focus the eye, and therefore, you can see a more three-dimensional image. A disadvantage for the stereo microscope is that it is a lot more expensive than the monocular microscope.