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2015-08-21T10:57:05+08:00

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Eyepiece
   -contains the ocular lens. This is where you look through...
Revolving Nosepiece
   -holds the objective lenses. can be rotated easily to change magnification...
Stage Clips
   -holds the slide in place...
Stage
   -it is a flat platform that supports the slide being analyzed...
Diaphragm
   -it controls the intensity and size of the cone light projected on the specimen...
Light Souce
   -it projects light upwards through the diaphragm, slide and lenses...
Base
   -supports the microscope...
Condenser Lense
   -helps focus onto the sample analyzed...
Arm
   -supports the microscope when being carried...
Course Adjustment Knob
   -when the knob is turned the stage moves up and down in order to coarse adjust the focus...
Fine Adjustment Knob
   -used fine adjust the focus...

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2015-08-26T21:35:40+08:00

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Arm - holder when being carried
Base - supports the microscope
Mirror - collects the light
Stage Clip - holds the slide in place
Stage - is flatform we use
Nose piece - turns the objective
Eyepiece - lets you peep through
Iris Diaphragm - regulates the light that is passing trough
Body tube - connects the eyepice to the R Nosepiece
Inclination joint - use for tilting the microscope for a greater view
Microscope - use to view minute thing like the atoms, tissues and cells.
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