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Microscopes

A microscope is an instrument used to see objects that are too small to be seen by the naked eye. Microscopy is the science of investigating small objects and structures using such an instrument. Microscopic means invisible to the eye unless aided by a microscope.

  • Compound Microscope

    Compound Microscope

    <p>A compound microscope is an optical instrument consisting of two convex lenses of short focal lengths which are used for observing the highly magnified images of tiny objects. The compound microscope can magnify the image of a tiny object up to 1000X.</p>
  • Medical Microscope

    Medical Microscope

    <p>Medical Microscopes are used for medical purpose.</p>
  • Binocular Microscope

    Binocular Microscope

    <p>The development of the Binocular microscope has changed the way scientists and researchers go about observing cells, tissues and samples of other matter. The binocular microscope is simply a microscope that lets the viewer use both eyes. The microscope has 2 eye lenses. The development of the double eyepiece microscope was adapted to reduce the eyestrain and muscular strain that typically results from traditional microscopes. The costs are comparable to a single eyepiece instrument. The popularity of the binocular has grown over the years and currently represents that vast majority of units sold.</p>
  • Stereo Microscope

    Stereo Microscope

    <p>The stereo or stereoscopic or dissecting microscope is an optical microscope variant designed for low magnification observation of a sample, typically using light reflected from the surface of an object rather than transmitted through it. The instrument uses two separate optical paths with two objectives and eyepieces to provide slightly different viewing angles to the left and right eyes.</p>
  • Trinocular Microscope

    Trinocular Microscope

    <p>A trinocular microscope may be an optical, acoustic, or an electron microscope. In other words, it may be a microscope in which the specimen is illuminated by visible light, by sound, or by a particle beam of electrons. In addition, the third eyepiece may have been added to a binocular compound microscope or a stereo microscope. A binocular compound microscope uses one lens array for the objective but has a pair of eyepieces, with the light from the image formed by the objective split by a prism. A stereo microscope has two eyepieces, but also two objectives as well, so that the examiner’s view appears three-dimensional. In either case, the user taking advantage of the third lens on one of these two types of trinocular microscope will be provided with a monocular view. A trinocular microscope may have one of several purposes. One purpose is to allow a second viewer access to a specimen at the same time as the person who is mainly using the microscope. This means that an instructor can, for example, look at what a student is seeing to answer a question or to check the accuracy of the student’s observations. In addition, the instructor can invite a student to share his or her view of an interesting specimen or when modelling how to adjust the focus, for example. This extends the instructional possibilities from the situation in which one person must not be viewed in order for the other person to have a view. Another purpose of a trinocular microscope is to allow the use of technology to either preserve the images seen through the microscope by recording them or projecting them.</p>
  • Dissecting Microscope

    Dissecting Microscope

    <p>A low-magnification stereo microscope used especially in examining or dissecting biological specimens.</p>
  • Microtome

    Microtome

    <p>A microtome is a tool used to cut extremely thin slices of material, known as sections. Important in science, microtomes are used in microscopy, allowing for the preparation of samples for observation under transmitted light or electron radiation. Microtomes use steel, glass, or diamond blades depending on the specimen being sliced and the desired thickness of the sections being cut.</p>
  • Projection Microscope

    Projection Microscope

    <p>The structure of microscopic specimens becomes visible to the naked eye by taking the projection on the screen, during observation and demonstration to a group of students. The microscopes are compact in design and can easily contrast and distortion free magnified images on a fine ground glass screen.</p>
  • Microscope Accessories

    Microscope Accessories

    <p>Microscope accessories include objective lenses, eyepieces, mechanical stages and many more.</p>
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