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Microscopes- Tom M

Simple microscope. Uses one lens to view the specimen.
Compound microscope. Uses two or more lenses to view the specimen.
Light or monocular microscope. It is a type of compound microscope. It has one eyepiece lens and one objective lens.The magnification is from x40 to x400.
Binocular microscope. type of compound microscope. has two eyepiece lenses and one objective lens. magnification from x40 to x1000.
Stereo microscope. type of compound microscope. has two objective lenses and produces a 3d image.
electron microscope. the largest microscope in size. uses a beam of electrons to form an image.
Created by: tommelican