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The first microscope was probably constructed in by Dutch sunglasses manufacturer Zacharias Jansen. Another pioneer of microscopy was Robert Hook, who described the construction of microscope (Fig. 1) with separated objective, eyepiece and a source of light in his book “Micrographia” (). Acknowledgement: This lecture was generated by Professor James Fitz-Gerald at the University of Virginia. University of Tennessee, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering Optical Microscopy Introduction and History • Brief Review of Light Physics • File Size: 1MB. Light microscopy involves use of optical lenses and light radiations. • Optical microscopes further categorized as. 1. Polarizing Microscope, 2. Reflected Light Microscope, 3. Bright field. Use of the petrographic microscope. Slides borrowed/adapted from Jane Selverstone (University of New Mexico) and John Winter (Whitman College) Why use the petrographic microscope? • Identify minerals (no guessing!) In order to use the scope, we need to understand a little aboutFile Size: 2MB.
Book: Lecture notes on the use of the microscope. + 76 pp. Abstract: Probably the majority of workers in the biological field frequently use a microscope without having received any training training Subject Category: Disciplines, Occupations and IndustriesCited by: 6. The Lecture Notes will introduce your students to the structures and functions of the compound light microscope, as well as step-by-step instructions on proper use of the microscope. This information will enable your students to unlock the magical world of microscopy through future laboratory investigations. Barer, R. , Lecture notes on the use of the microscope, by R. Barer Blackwell Scientific Oxford Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further . Each class lecture includes structure and bonding content and thermodynamics content. For most lectures, slides are presented below in two versions: the original slides, and annotated slides with in-class markup by the instructors. This is one of over 2, courses on OCW. Find materials for this course in the pages linked along the left.