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 squishing the organisms. If you want to look at organisms live, you may want to to get a dissecting scope which can cost up to $900 dollars. Any microscope below $500 is useless. As for electron microscopes, they cost up to 1 million dollars and are only used at Institutions (or if you're a billionaire then go right ahead), they also require a constant water supply to the electron chamber and a critical point drier and gold sputter to prepare the specimens.
Microscope slides should be placed on the stage of the microscope.
when you carrying a microscope you should use your hands
The Microscope should be carried under the base,( the bottom) of the microscope, and by the 'neck' of the microscope.hope that helps yaits acctually arm
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You should hold the arm and the base of the microscope.
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your hands should be on the arm of the microscope and under the base
you leave it in the microscope
Remove your eyes from the eyepiece of the microscope.
The Microscope should be carried under the base,( the bottom) of the microscope, and by the 'neck' of the microscope. The neck is actually called the arm if you want the accurate term for it. So, yes, it should be carried by the base and the arm, or 'neck', of the microscope. xD
There are many websites that you can purchase an inexpensive microscope camera. Decide on what features you want on the microscope camera and work that way.
By the bottom and by the neck.
The purpose of the arm is to connect the tube to the base of the microscope. When carrying a microscope you should always have one hand holding the "arm" of the microscope and one supporting the base of the microscope.
A Tunneling Electron Microscope will be required.
The electron microscope.
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A microscope should be carried with two hands. One hand should grasp the arm and the other should support it under the base.
Light microscope cannot be used. An electron microscope houl b used
With your hands.
state 2 procedures should be used to properly handle a light microscope