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Light Microscopy: Comparison of Optics

Light Microscopy: Comparison of Optics

Darkfield x400 (left) and brightfield x2000.
© Micrographia\John Walsh.

Scientists use a variety of methods to view different subjects through a light microscope. Dr. David Caprette explains different optics (bright field, dark field, phase contrast, etc.) and the some of the best uses for each.

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Author(s): David R. Caprette, PhD
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Inquiry Abilities: National Science Education Standards for Grades 9-12

Using a Bright Field Light Microscope

Mount a Specimen

Adjusting the Oculars

The Condenser

Find the Target at Low Power

Strategy for Working up in Magnification

Focusing at High Magnification

Focusing on Multiple Surfaces

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