a microscope is an instrument which is used for viewing the things/organisms in detail which can not be seen by a naked eye.
There are tons of things that are microscopic, such as bacteria, viruses and cells. Anything too small to see with the human eye would be considered "microscopic."
The electron microscope is a type of microscope that uses electrons to enlarge and illuminate an image of a specimen.
compound microscope is one
compound light microscope - cell theory - electron microscope
Stereomicroscope, Compound Microscope, Phase-contrast microscope, electron microscope, Scanning-electron microscope, Transmission electron microscope, Confocal-scanning microscope. THESE ARE JUST SOME. :)
1.digital microscope 2.stereo microscope 3.compound microscope 4.electron microscope 5.laboratory microscope
A light microscope is an optical microscope. That differentiates it from an electron microscope, a quantum mechanical tunneling microscope and others.
There is a compound light microscope, an scannignn electron microscope, and transmission electron microscope.
There are six different types of microscopes used in the life science. There is the light microscope, phase contrast microscope, fluorescent microscope, electron microscope, atomic force microscope, and scanning tunnelling microscope.
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.
scanning electron microscope
A SEM microscope is a scanning electron microscope
There are several type of microscopes, mainly, the one that we use in lab is a simple light microscope or a compound microscope. Then we have the phase contrast microscope, fluorescent microscope, electron microscope (transmission electron microscope [TEM] and scanning electron microscope [SEM]), confocal microscope and even dissection microscope the one which we use during dissections.