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Tietjen Microscope

Diaphragm The circular disk that adjusts the amount of light entering the stage area.
Stage The platform that supports the slide and allows light to pass through it.
Stage Clips Hold the slide in place on the stage.
Eye Piece Located at the top of the microscope, it holds the lens closest to the eye.
High Power Objective Longest of the 3 lenses and has the highest magnification.
Medium Power Objective Middle of the 3 lenses and has the medium amount of magnification.
Lowest Power Objective Shortest of the 3 lenses, it has the lowest amount of magnification.
Body Tube Gives the distance needed between the eye piece and the objective lens.
Fine Adjustment Knob Moves the tube up and down, but only slightly.
Coarse Adjustment Knob Moves the tube up and down to focus.
Arm Supports the body tube.
Base Holds up the entire microscope.
Mirror Reflects light into the tube.
Nose Piece Holds the objective lenses.
Created by: Ttietjen