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20 question quiz on Microscopes, different types and parts of a microscope.
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A model found in most schools..
Binocular vision for viewing larger specimen.
Scanning Electron Microscope.
A electron using microscope to see two million times closer.
Transmission Electron Microscope.
A electron using microscope that has electrons that go through the specimen.
Magnification of the Scanning objective.
Magnification of the Low Power objective.
Magnification of the High Power objective.
Always start with the ________ objective when using light microscopes.
Once focused with the Scanning objective, switch to the ____ Power objective.
Then switch to ____ Power.
If it is too dark, or too light, adjust the _________.
The line in the viewing field is the _______.
Staining a slide, place ___ drop of stain on the edge of the cover-slip.
Place a piece of paper towel on the other edge and the ______ will be drained out from the cover-slip.
As soon as the _____ as covered the area with the specimen, you are finished.
Wipe up the excess _____ with a paper towel.
Image is too dark. You should...
Adjust the diaphragm, make sure your light is on.
There's a spot in the middle of my lens even when I move it. It means...
The lens is dirty. Use lens paper to clean it.
I can't see anything under High Power. I should...
Go back through the steps and start back with Scanning.
Only half of my viewing field is lit, it looks like there's a half moon there! This means...
The objective isn't fully clicked into place.
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