A microscope is an instrument widely to magnify and resolve the image of an object that is otherwise invisible to naked eye. For resolving the details of objects, which otherwise cannot be achieved by naked eye, a microscope is used. This test will help the student to identify the different parts and function of the microscope.
Supports the tube (& eyepiece) and connects the tube to the base
the lens at the top that you look through. Magnification of 10X on our microscopes
The bottom of the microscope, used for support
Body tube/ Eyepiece Tube
Connects the eyepiece to the nosepiece & objective lenses
Used for focusing on the lowest power objective lens ONLY (red)
Small Knob, moves the stage slightly to bring slide into focus
Three lenses found on the nosepiece. (10X, 40X, 100X powers)
The flat platform where you place your slides. Stage clips hold the slides in place here. By turning the course and fine adjustment knobs you can raise and lower this piece.
hold the slides in place.
Located under the stage, controls the amount of light shown through the specimen
Total power of magnification
the total power calculated by multiplying the eyepiece lens power X the objective lens power
wet mount slide
prepared with water, and used to view moving microscopic organisms
when making a wet mount slide, this part is dropped at a 45 degree angle onto the specimen
compound light microscope
has a light and is used to view cells and moving organisms, 2D image
microscope clean up
Microscope should be returned to its starting "position"- on lowest power objective lens (Red Band), stage lowered all the way down, light switch off, slide and cover slip cleaned
red band objective lens
lowest power objective lens, 4x
measures and holds liquid, can dispense one drop at a time
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