The power of a light microscope can be determined by multiplying the magnification power of the eyepiece by the magnification power of the current lens.
Ex. (10x) by (40x) results in in a 400x magnification.
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What is the enlarging power of a microscope called?
The magnification power refers to the enlarging power of a microscope. A microscope basically magnifies objects that are placed under the slides. ...
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The magnifying power of the ocular of the microscope?
the power of ocular of the microscope is depend to the class of microscope but it's usually 10X the magnification ...
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What is the resolving power of a transmission electron microscope?
The resolving power of the transmission electron microscope is 100 times better than the resolving power of the scanning electron microscope. The resolving power of the compound light microscope is 1000 times better than the resolving power of the unaided eye. ...
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What is the difference between the magnifying power and the resolving power of a microscope?
The magnifying power of a microscope is how big the microscope can make the image and how close it can make the image to the eye. Resolution or resolving power is how clear the microscope can focus the object and how much detail is provided in the magnification. ...
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What is the power source of a electron microscope?
The power source of an electron microscope is an electron gun located in the microscope that fires electrons through a series of lens and into a non-living object. ...
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What is the magnificationpower of the eyepiece on the microscope?
The magnification power of the eye piece on a light microscope is usually 10x but it can vary for each microscope ...