Fine Adjustment Knob?

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A fine adjustment knob is that part of the microscope that is used for focusing the finer details of specimen under study. Low power and high power objectives are used together with this part to create a clearer image.
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On any instrument is would be to make small adjustments as opposed to coarse ones
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A microscope has two adjustment knobs, the fine adjustment knob and the coarse
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One function of the coarse adjustment knob is to put an object under a microscope into focus. The adjustment knob moves the objective lens vertically to put a slide into focus. This
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The Course Focus knob drives the lens to a point where the thing you are looking at will be mostly in focus. Basically it gets it close. The Fine Focus know makes very small adjustments
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