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How to Illuminate Parts of a Microscope.?

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1. Position your microscope on a flat surface, such as a table or desk. Make sure you are close to an outlet in order to plug in any power supply needed. In addition, make sure you position your microscope at a level or height in which you can view
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the illuminating parts of a microscope are the diaphragm and the condenser.but i'am not xure that the condenser is belong.i think it's the mirror or what we call the light source.
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I. Magnifying Parts. 1. Ocular/Eyepiece-magnifies specimens by 10-15 times. 2. Objectives: a. Low-Power Objective- 10-15 times-general view of the specimen. b. High-Power Objective-
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The parts of a compound microscope are the eye piece, the nose piece, the stage, the focus knobs, and the illuminator. These parts are pretty much self explanatory of their function
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