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Hannah terms 1

Equipment

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the magnifying lens of the microscope that you look through ocular lens
one of the lenses in various magnifications objective lens
if the ocular lens is 10x and the objective lens is 40x, what is total magnification 400 x
scanning objective lens usually has a magnification of: 4 x
the low power objective lens usually has a magnification of: 10 x
the high power objective lens usually has a magnification of: 40 x
what is total magnification on low power? 100 x
if total magnification is 40 x, which objective lens are you using? scanning
the longer objective lens is the: high power
the shortest objective lens is the: scanning
the coarse adjustment knob is used with which objective lens(es)? scanning and low power
the fine adjustment knob is used with which objective lens(es)? scanning, low, and high power
Which adjustment knob would you use first? coarse adjustment knob
Which adjustment knob would you NOT use on high power? coarse adjustment knob
Which adjustment knob moves the ocular lens closer to the stage in small increments? fine adjustment knob
Which adjustment knob moves the ocular lens closer to the state in large increments? coarse adjustment knob
The part of the microscope on which you place slides: stage
The metal tabs that hold a microscope slide in place: stage clips
The disc below the stage that regulates the amount of light passing through a slide: iris diaphragm
The term "graduated" in graduated cylinder refers to a: scale
Created by: Mrs. Armstrong