Question about C And A Scientific My First Lab Microscope
A compound lab microscope is generally intended for the following:
examination of prepared glass slides of: Organic Tissues organic fluids cells of plants and animals
The are used extensively in clinics to examine urine for the presence of gout or bacteria. Or to examine other body fluids.
Specimens need to be prepared on glass slides and sealed with a "glass cover slip". Prepared slides can be order from many different sources over the internet. Try searching "prepared specimen slides" or "prepared microscope slides" or use www.Microscope.com
A compound scope is not effective for examining things like insect structures, or any "solid" objects which light cannot pass through. For such research a "stereoscope" is required. The stereoscope directs light from above like a spot light.
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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