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In 1665, Robert Hooke used a crude compound microscope to observe thin slices ... A Light microscope - is a compound microscope that uses mirrors or a light ...

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The most common kind of microscope is an optical microscope, which uses lenses to form images from visible light. Electron microscopes form images from ...

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4Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, 14195 Berlin, Germany .... of light microscopy led to a series of rapid and profound changes in cell biology.

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The result is the removal of out-of-focus light, providing a crisp image with the maximal .... Confocal microscopy has a rich history (see review by Inoué, 1995).

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Sep 10, 2014 ... The dawn of the 20th century witnessed the development of an alternative to the light microscope known as the electron microscope.

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Magnifying lenses have been known for as long as recorded history, but it was not until the advent of the modern compound light microscope that the device was ...

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The first optical microscope and its inventor are not known, but an early ... in 1931 , achieving a resolution greater than possible with light microscopy in 1933.

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Aug 11, 2011 ... The medieval history of the microscope is then explained, wherein ... reduced blurring and spherical aberration due to refraction of light.

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In the light microscope, magnification of the image is achieved by transmitting light from a source through glass lenses. Details in the image are visible because  ...