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  • Light And Objective Lens Essay

    When a lens produces an image, the size of it corresponds to the focal length of the lens. The smaller the focal length, the smaller the image and the longer the focal length the bigger the image. How bright an image may be solely depends on the amount of light collected by the objective lens. How much light can be collected corresponds to the area of the objective lens. So the bigger the objective lens, the more light can be collected. If you want to increase the light gathering power by 4, you can double the diameter of the lens. How bright the image is depends on how an image can spread over a big area of a lens.The bigger the area, the less bright an image, and the smaller the area, the brighter an image would be. In a telescope, the magnifying power is the ratio…

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  • Lens Equation Analysis

    Introduction A lens is an object that forms images by refracting light. The images formed can be magnified, real and virtual depending on what lens used and the set-up of the lens system. There are two types of lenses, converging and diverging lenses. Converging lenses cause parallel light rays to converge to a point. Diverging lenses cause parallel light rays to diverge. Typically converging lens are thicker in the middle and diverging lenses are thinner in the middle. Lenses are used for many…

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  • Object Distance Vs Image Distance Essay

    I did not expect to see a difference between object and image distance. But that was the important factor that resulted in knowing how the light rays would pass through the lens. I also did not expect for the light to be affected if there was a shed of light in the room. Turns out, it makes a really big difference by doing so. As part of doing an experiment, it is very crucial to show as much evidence as possible in order to prove if it worked or not. In this case it did, but the pictures would…

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  • Inverted Fluorescence Essay

    emission filters are necessary to filter out any stray signals in the respective channels. Their selection depends both on the light source and the properties of the fluorophore. They can either be placed independently, or can be placed inside the filter cube (Fig. 2), depending on the convenience. Filters can be bandpass, shortpass or longpass (Fig. 3), depending on the range of wavelengths they allow to pass through them. Objective (Fig. 4) is the lens placed below or above the sample,…

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  • Slide Motion Lab Report

    Once finished turn the nose piece to the lowest magnification (lowest objective lens). Use coarse adjustment knob to lower stage as low as possible. Remove slide, clean lens if they became dirty and clean any debris off from stage. Make sure the stage clips are moved all the way to the right and the stage is moved all the way back or (flushed) to the front. Turn the light to the lowest light intensity and turn off. Unplug and wrap the cord on the back. If cover is available place over the…

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  • Microscope Lab Report Essay

    During the microscope lab, my partner and I learned how to properly use a microscope, calculate the field of view, and view and prepare slides. Microscopes are instruments used to view very small objects that cannot be seen with the naked eye. We found that microscopes have many different parts to them, including the diaphragm, ocular lens, and objective lenses. There are three powers of magnification, scanning power (4x), low power (10x), and high power (40x). To find the total magnification,…

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  • Microscope Lab Report

    • Test tubes • Distilled water • Methylene blue • Bacillus cereus • Escherichia coli • Micrococcus luteus • Staphylococcus epidermidis Methods Microscope Procedure 1. The revolving nosepiece was turned so that the lowest power objective lens was “clicked into position. 2. The microscope slide was placed on the stage and fastened it with the stage clips. 3. The objective lens and the stage were looked at from the side and the coarse focus knob was turned so that the objective lens moves downward.…

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  • In A Time Of Posturing, Didion Dared Slouching, By Joan Didion

    covers and articles seems to give off a sense of feminine mystique. But after careful venture into her work, it is my understanding that while feminism plays a role in what Didion tackles as a writer, it is merely one lens out of many that she uses to advance her writing. Didion has had an upbringing in Northern California as a “daughter of the Golden West” (Fabian 1), and the stories of her family, along with personal observations during…

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  • Kinect V2 Case Study

    The Kinect V2 is composed of a time-of-flight continues-wave camera with a resolution of 512*424 pixels (width*height), an RGB camera with a resolution of 1920*1080 pixels (width*height), an array of 4 microphones and some electronics for signal elaboration. The camera is able to acquire images at a maximum frequency of 30 Hz. Sending out invisible structures pulses into the scene whilst measuring the individual traveling time of each point in the pulse (See figure 3.1, page 16). The operating…

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  • Importance Of Compound Microscope

    inverted image of the letter “e” When the slide was moved to the left, by looking through the ocular lens, the letter seemed to move to the right and vice versa. When the slide was moved to the front, the image of the letter “e” moved to the back and vice versa. The “working distance” is the distance between the objectives and the stage. When the objective was moved to the next higher power (in this experiment the low power objective) and the slide was put into focus, the working distance…

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