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1. Always clean the slide. 2.Make sure that the fine and the coarse adjustment knobs do not scratch the slide by handling them gently.

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What is the other types of microscope ? how do they differ from a compound microscope ?


Compound Microscope
  • Compound microscopes can be found in most biology and science classrooms. They are electrically operated and use light to enhance the image of a cell. They will have multiple lenses for viewing.
Dissecting Microscope
  • Dissecting microscopes are also known as stereo microscopes. They have low magnification and are also light powered. These microscopes can view objects larger than what a compound microscope is able to handle, in three dimensions.
SEM
  • A Scanning Electron Microscope uses electrons instead of light to create an image. These microscopes produce three-dimensional images with high resolution and magnification. They also have a larger depth of focus.
TEM
  • Transmission Electron Microscopes use electrons instead of light to create an image. The material prepared must be very thin. The beams of electrons that pass through it give the viewer high magnification and resolution. These give two-dimensional images.

Jul 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have a microscope from National (DC3-163). How can I hook this microscope up to my MAcBook Pro. I only have Motic software that's compatible with Windows. Kris


I did a bit of research, and it looks like the only way that you can use the "Mac OSX compatible" microscope, is using it the same way one would plug in a webcam via USB. Essentially, you can plug in the Microscope, open up the Image Capture Utility, PhotoBooth, or Quicktime/iMovie (I'd recommend one of these two), make sure you have the Capture Device set to the microscope and you'll be able to "project" the image that you are seeing through the microscope onto the computer.
The Motic software does not have a counterpart for the Apple OS, and can only be used if you have a Windows BootCamp Partition, or if you have a Parallels installation of Windows that can use the Motic Software. There are other pieces of software out there that can utilize microscopes, but may not have all the same features as the Motic Bundled software. One that I found that may be of some use is called miXscope. It can be found here: http://www.edhsw.com/mixscope/ , and it is relatively inexpensive in terms of licensing.
This may also be of some help for selecting compatible microscopes in the future: http://www.apple.com/science/solutions/microscopy.html
Hope that helps!

May 16, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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WE ARE TRYING TO TAKE PICTURES WITH OUR MICROSCOPE CAN YOU HELP?


You will need a Trinocular head and a digital microscopy camera. Contact Leica at their website. A Google search will get you well on your way.

Jul 28, 2010 | Leica 13596010 Microscope

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Stage slides down after focusing


There is a tension adjustment for this. It is located on the coarse focus knob which is on the same side as the switch. It looks like a chrome ring with about 3 holes in it. A strange looking tool should have come with the scope. It is designed to fit into these holes and allow you to adjust the tension on the coarse focus knob. You need to tighten it just a little bit. Not too much or you will have trouble operating the coarse focus knobs smoothly.

Jul 08, 2010 | Swift M2251C Monocular Microscope

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Radical Microscope for Christmas...no user manual


You don't need a specific microscope manual for that microscope, any old microscopy guide will do as at that level, all microscopes work pretty much the same way. Enjoy.

Dec 27, 2009 | Science & Laboratory

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I need ti find a spare electric board for a PREMIERE MRJ-03.


Check the cable connections, a cable might be loose or just disconnected.

May 08, 2009 | Premiere Microscopes MRJ-03 Microscope

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Downloadable software


This link should provide you the manual as a pdf file

http://digiblue.com/customer-service/downloads/qsg/DigiBlue_QX5_QSG.pdf

Jan 07, 2009 | Digital Blue QX5 Microscope

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Is the software downloadable on the Internet


The drivers can be found here...

http://digiblue.com/customer-service/downloads/drivers/QX5.zip

Jan 07, 2009 | Digital Blue QX5 Microscope

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