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4.2 (a) To be familiar with and use the light microscope
Step 1 Switch on the light source and remove the eyepiece cover, if present.
Step 2 Rotate the nosepiece so that the low power objective lens is in use.
Step 3 Put a prepared slide above the hole in the stage. Secure with the clips.
Step 4 Using the coarse focus wheel, ensure that the low power objective lens is as close as possible to the slide.
Step 5 Adjust the iris diaphragm if the light is too bright.
Step 6 While looking through the eyepiece, use the coarse focus wheel to focus on the slide.
Step 7 Still looking through the eyepiece, use the fine focus wheel to sharpen the focus.
Step 8 Rotate the nosepiece to the next highest power objective lens.
Step 9 Re-focus using the fine focus wheel. Repeat steps 8 and 9 to view the slide under high power.
Results Draw labelled diagrams of your observations under low power and under high power.
Microscope Basics. 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece) 2.Body Tube.
Parts of the Microscope and Their Function. Rules of using a microscope / Always carry with 2 hands / Only use lens paper for cleaning / Do not force.
Parts of the Compound Light Microscope Directions: Copy each term and explain its function. * eyepiece * high-power objective lens (40x) * body tube *
Course Adjustment Knob Fine Adjustment Knob Arm Base Stage Diaphragm Light Source Body Tube Low Power Objective Eyepiece Revolving Nosepiece Medium Power.
Parts of the Compound Microscope. To Slide 3To Slide 5To Slide 6.
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Introduction to the Microscope Care Parts Focusing.
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Light Microscope Eyepiece Contains a magnifying lens that you look through.
Introduction to the Microscope Eyepiece Body Tube Revolving Nosepiece Arm Objective Lens Stage Stage Clips Coarse Focus Fine Focus Base Diaphragm Light.
Microscope. Body Tube Microscope Body Tube Revolving Nosepiece.
WARM UP On the paper handed to you, label as many parts of the microscope as you can. (3 minutes)
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Unit #4 Introduction to the Microscope Care Parts Focusing Interactive.
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Vocabulary Review Microscopes. Allows you to view the image on the stage and contains the ocular lens (10X) Eyepiece.
1. Refer to DIN# for magnification 2 3 With stage all the way down, place slide with specimen on stage centered over the hole in the stage. 4.
T. Trimpe Body Tube Nosepiece Objectives Stage Clips Light Ocular lens (Eyepiece) Arm Stage Coarse Adjustment Fine Adjustment.
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Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4. Aim: What are the structures and functions of the Compound Microscope? I. Compound Microscope – Has more than one lens. A.
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