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What are the 2 types of microscopes and what do we use in the lab?
Light Microscope(Compound Binocular Light Microscope is used in lab)

Electron Microscope
p.58
What type of lenses require little refocusing when moving from one lense to another?
Parfocal Lenses
p.63
What is the distance between the specimen and the lense?
Working Distance
p.63
How much larger does an electron microscope magnify an object than a light microscope?
1000x
p.67
What enables the viewer to see 2 objects of comparable size that are close together, but are still able to be recognize as 2 objects rather than one?
Resolving Power
p.67
What is the magnification of the 4 lenses used on the light microscope in lab?
4x Low power
10x Medium power
100x High power
400x Oil Immersion
p.59
Which objective on a light microscope provides the largest field of view?
4x

Has a total magnification of only 40x and the field of view is 4,500 µm
What was the average size of a cheek cell in our lab experiment using the light microscope?
About 65µm

Mine was only 40µm