Microscope Lab Introduction

This is an introduction to the microscope, and we’re going to not only how to use a microscope but also cover the basics of optics, slide preparation, and why we can see things that are invisible to the naked eye. Microscopes are basically two lenses put together to make things appear larger.

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6 Responses to “Microscope Lab Introduction”
  1. Aurora says:

    Oh no! I’ll have Tonya connect with you right away!

  2. kristy_law says:

    Something must be wrong with my login?! It appears I don’t have access to anything . I recently purchased a full year K-8 program. Please help. We’re so very excited to try this science program. Thanks!

  3. Aurora says:

    There’s an assortment of recommendations in Unit 16 under “Microscope Materials”. The bottom LED is a must, and in the past, I’ve used a flashlight for top illumination at this stage (you’ll need something better for college of course). Can you send me a link to the binoc one? I am very curious!

  4. sonmc132 says:

    Im looking for a microscope for my son.
    I have come across one that has binocular lenses with top and bottom LED to allow for translucent bio samples and low magnification and I was curious if this would be better to get than just the bottom LED?

  5. Aurora says:

    I’ll have someone contact you today to set this up!

  6. Ewa BANUELOS says:

    I would like to have early access to 7th grade Life Science. Thank you

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