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Promoted item:40X-2000X LED Digital Binocular Compound Microscope with 3D Stage + USB Imager

40X-2000X LED Digital Binocular Compound Microscope with 3D Stage + USB Imager

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About Microscope

A microscope is a tool used in the scientific and healthcare professions to view materials that are too small to be seen with the naked eye. There are many different types of microscopes, and all have unique differences and advantages. From studying blood samples to viewing cell structures, microscopes have made it possible to study a variety of previously unseen organisms.The compound microscope is perhaps the most familiar of all microscopes. This tool is used in a variety of laboratories to view single-celled organisms. Although their magnification isn't as great as some of the more advanced microscopes, they are appropriate for settings where too much detail isn't needed. Compound microscopes are commonly found in educational facilities to aid in the study of the life sciences and anatomy.When more detail is needed, the electron microscope is advantageous. Although expensive, this tool can view more than just single-cell organisms--it can reveal the structures within the organisms with high clarity. It is with the electron microscope that the processes of cell structures began to be understood. The electron microscope works by focusing high-beam electron rays on the specimen. By doing so, the electron microscope can magnify an object up to 500,000 times.The Zeiss microscope was created by Carl Zeiss, a global manufacturer of microscopes. The company produces and sells a variety of microscopes, including inverted, upright and stereomicroscopes, which produce three-dimensional images of the specimen being studied. Carl Zeiss was founded in 1846, and manufactured microscopes exclusively until 1888. An Olympus microscope, on the other hand, may be a suitable choice for someone interested in a stereo or industrial microscope.