Flashcard on Parts of a Microscope and Their Functions
A microscope is a scientific instrument that enables the magnified observation and study of objects, specimens, or materials at a level of detail not visible to the naked eye. It achieves this by using lenses and illumination to produce highly magnified images, revealing intricate structures and features for scientific, medical, or educational purposes. Microscopes come in various types, including optical and electron microscopes, each suited to specific applications and magnification requirements.
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