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A compound microscope can be used to observe or analyze microscopic objects or organisms that may otherwise be too small for the naked human eye to accurately observe. Compound microscopes differ from common light micros...

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A compound light microscope uses lenses to collect light to view objects on a slide. The microscope magnifies the object so that the smallest structures are visible.

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There are two lenses on the compound microscope, the ocular lens and the objective lens. The ocular lens is the lens a person looks into. The objective lens is the lens closest to the specimen.

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A condenser lens is the part of a compound microscope responsible for focusing light on the slide. This lens is included on almost all microscopes manufactured since the 19th century and is usually found on the bottom of...

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A transmission electron microscope can reach magnifications of up to 500,000 times that of a human eye and a thousand times the magnification of a compound microscope. The transmission electron microscope does not use a ...

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Sonar is used to detect objects and organisms in marine environments, such as submarines, ships and schools of fish. There are two types of sonar: active and passive.

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