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DE: Video Notes

Where was first microscope made?

What was that age called?

What year was it constructed?

Who designed the first microscope?

What subjects did he enjoy?

What did he see?

What did he name what he saw?

When was creation of first microscopes?

Early micropcope can magnify hom many times?

Modern micrscopes can magnify how many times?


How many lens do modern microscopes use?

How many objectives do we have?

What is difference between the course and fine adjustments?

Using MicroscopesExplain how the test tubes and the microscopes were used to look for signs of pollution in this water sample. In particular, what steps were needed to use the microscope? Then describe the types of pollution that might be seen. Explain why a microscope is a better tool for this task than a hand lens.