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A compound microscope uses a lens close to the object being viewed to collect light (called the objective lens) which ...

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A high power or compound microscope achieves higher levels of magnification than a stereo or low power microscope. It is used to view smaller specimens ...

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The compound microscope consists of two optical components (thus the term compound): the objective lens system, which has a very short focal distance and is ...

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Results 1 - 24 of 4609 ... Online shopping for Electronics from a great selection of Compound Binocular Microscopes, Compound Trinocular Microscopes, ...

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Before exploring the parts of a compound microscope, you should probably understand that the compound microscope is more complicated than just a ...

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Compound Light Microscope: The microscope pictured above is referred to as a compound light microscope. The term light refers to the method by which light ...

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Offers the convenience and versatility of viewing a large picture at 7.5X magnification. Fisher Scientificâ„¢ 425 Series Zoom Stereoscopic Microscope allows ...

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Items 1 - 36 of 599 ... AmScope has the largest selection of compound microscopes, which are high- power optical microscopes, typically used in biological ...

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Apr 16, 2014 ... How can two converging rays that exit the objective, meet at G1 and suddenly become one ray that is now parallel to the Principal Axis?