.Describes a microscope with two eyepieces.
The lens system under the microscope stage that focuses light onto the specimen.
The thicknesss of a speciman that is entirely in focus under a microscope.
The lens of a microscope into which the viewer looks; same as the ocular lens.
field of view
The area of the speciman that can be seen after it is magnified.
An instrument that links a microscope to a spectrophotometer.
Describes a microscope with one eyepiece.
The lower lens of microscope, which is positioned directly over the specimen.
Describes a microscope such that when an image is focused with one objective in position, the other objective can be rotated into place and the field will remain in focus.
Light confined to a single plane of vibration.
A device that permits the passage of light waves vibrating in only one plane.
An image formed by the convergence of light rays on a screen.
Light that passes up from the condensor and through the speciman.
vertical or reflected illumination
Illumination of a specimen from above; in microscopy it is used to examine opaque specimens.
An image that cannot be seen directly. It can be seen only by a viewer looking through a lens.