Parts of the Microscope and Their Function

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Parts of the Microscope and Their Function On the following slide there is a picture of a magnifying instrument, fundamentally the same as the extensions we use in class. Tap on the containers to see the name and capacity of each piece of the magnifying instrument.

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#9 Eye Piece—The part you take a gander at with your eye. Typically 10 X amplification. Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#10 Neck – Used to securely transport magnifying lens Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#11 Stage – Slides are set on this Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#12 Coarse Adjustment – Used to roll out huge improvements in core interest. NOTE Never utilize this when survey on high power Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#13 Fine Adjustment – Used to little conformities of center Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#14 Base – Used to securely transport the magnifying instrument Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#1 Tube – Reflects illuminate to the watchers eye Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#2 Rotating Objects – Allows for snappy change of destinations Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#3 Low Power Objective – The principal focal point you utilize while doing appropriate magnifying lens work. Typically 4 X Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#4 Medium Power Objective – The second focal point you utilize while doing legitimate magnifying instrument work. Typically 10 X Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#5 High Power Objective – The most elevated amplification utilized. Typically 43 X. NEVER utilize the course conformity when utilizing this focal point. Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#6 Stage Clips – Use to keep the slide set up. Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#7 Diaphragm – Use to fluctuate the measure of light going through the slide. Typically it is better if the measure of light is low. Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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#8 Light Source – Sends illuminate through the stomach and through the slide for review Click Here to Return to the Main Slide

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