A coverslip is used for expirements so you dony have to make a mess on the tables
-->coverslip/cover glass-used to hold objects for examination under a microscope .
A microscope slide.
They are used to cover the specimen.
coverslip use to see the tiny objects.
I would prefer a glass coverslip for this specimen, please.
Wet mount of elodea (a simple plant)
You can add small amounts of water without removing the coverslip. To do this, place a single drop of water on one end of the coverslip and draw the water under the coverslip by placing a piece of paper towel on the opposite end of the coverslip. :D
A coverslip goes on top of a slide to trap the matter being viewed.
Coverslip keeps the sample uniform and does not let it spill and have many irregularities.
A coverslip in biology is a small rectangle of glass that is mounted on a slide to be viewed under a microscope. The coverslip protects the specimen, keep it in place and/or make it flat.
It is used to keep the glass slide "safe" from getting scratched and getting the specimens ruined.
If you mean a coverslip as in fabric used to cover and conceal the original fabric on a couch or loveseat, then it is as long as the couch or loveseat, plus additional length on all 4 sides to cover front, back, and sides to the floor.
A microscope slide and coverslip should be held by their edges due to leaving fingerprints and/or debris and how easily breakable they are. Leaving fingerprints or debris on either a slide of coverslip will alter the view under the microscope.
To make a hanging drop slide, you will need: -a depression slide -a square coverslip -some petrolatum -the liquid suspension of what you wish to view Place a small spot of petrolatum on each of the 4 corners of the coverslip. Place a drop of your suspension in the center of the coverslip. Invert a depression slide over the drop, allowing the petrolatum to attach the coverslip to the depression slide. Quickly (but carefully) invert the slide so that the coverslip is oriented "up", and the drop is hanging into the slide depression.
Its used for dehydration after the xylene process at the beginning and end of the procedure before the coverslip is placed on the slide.
to protect the object
A cover slip is a very thin piece of glass used to cover a sample on a microscope slide. It stops the sample from getting on to the objective lens of the microscope.
Coverslip is not placed on a microscope but on the stained specimen on slide . This protects objective lens of microscope from getting stain from a wet mount . It also protects permanent slide .
you should use a needle
its a coverslip
A glass slide: coverslip