What Is the Difference between a Temporary Slide and a Permanent Slide When Using a Microscope?

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When using a microscope the difference between a temporary slide and a permanent slide is the length of time it is going to be used. A temporary slide is often used to view living things while they are alive. It also does not have a permanent slide cover. A permanent slide is one that is meant to be kept and used over and over. The slide cover is usually permanently fixed onto the slide.
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