Eye Piece-Ocular Lens
Magnifies image of specimen 10x. It is the lens you look through.
Allows light to travel through.
Revolving Nose Piece
Holds and rotates objective lenses.
Magnifies the specimen. It is the first lens that light passes through.
Where slide is placed.
Regulates the amound of light reaching the objective lens
Supports the microscope from below.
Provides light to project the image of the specimen.
Holds slide in position
Used in high power. It is an adjustment to focus on detail.
Supports the upper parts o the microcope.
Used in low power. It is the first rough adjustment to focus on the image.
Father of modern physics and astronomy. He worked out the principles of lenses, and made a much better instrument with a focusing device.
Anton van Leeuwenhoek
The father of microscopy. He taught himself new methods for grinding and polishing tiny lenses of great curvature.
The English father of microscopy. He improved on Leeuwenhoek's design.
Charles A. Spencer
An American who gave maginifications up to 1250 diameters with ordinaary light and up to 5000 with blue light.
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