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A switch can be used to switch on and off electricity. Or switch could mean to switch rails on the railway. Or switch could be to change jobs, task, hobbies, and so on.

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Which germ layer is destined to become the inner lining of body organs

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How do you switch objectiv?

You switch objective by having a look at your vision or mission or where you would like to go.


How do you switch objective?

all you need to do is turn the dial to the lens you need


What is the proper procedure for focusing the microscope?

start with the lowest objective then adjest your focus. After, switch your objective if needed going from lower to higher


How would you describe the brand-switching objective in advertising?

Companies adopt brand switching as an objective when they want customers to switch from competitors' brands to their brands.


What does the revolving nosepiece of a microscope do?

the Revolving Nosepice is use to switch beween the Objective lenses. you can simply go from Low power Objective to High power by rotating the nosepice


What characteristic of a microscope enales one to switch from one objective to another without altering the focus?

it is parfocal


When you switch from a low-power objective lens for example 4x to a higher-power objective lens for example 10x what happens to the working distance between the lens and the coverslip?

It get's closer.


Why is a specimen no longer visible when you switch from a low power objective to a high power objective?

You need to re-center it, and refocus. A pain, yes, but it comes with the territory. It is exactly the same with a telescope.


When you switch from a low-power objective lens (for example 4X) to a higher-power objective lens (for example 10X) what happens to the working distance between the lens and the coverslip?

It get's closer.


What characteristics of a microscope enables one to switch from one objective lens to another without altering the focus?

it is parfocal


When you switch from a low power objective lens to a higher power lens what happens to the field of view?

It becomes smaller.


What is a predicate objective?

a predicate objective is a predicate that has an objective

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