What Does a Light Microscope Show?

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The light microscope uses visible light to detect small objects, is probably the most well-known and well-used research tool in biology. The light microscope can make the smallest objects that are considered to be living such as the bacteria, visible. The smallest bacteria can be observed and cell shape recognized at a mere 100x magnification.
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A compound light microscope uses a beam of visible light to illuminate the object being viewed through the scope. The light source is an incandescent bulb. Look here for more information
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The light microscope was invented around the 1590s by Zaccharias Janssen and his son Hans. It was later improved in 1609 by Galileo.
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