Lens Essay

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  • Study: Microscope and Ocular Lens Essay

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    What is the total magnification when using a compound light microscope with an objective lens of 10X and an ocular lens of 4X? Show the calculation used to derive the answer. (2 points) Objective Lens: 10X Ocular Lens: x 4X _________________ = 40X 9. Why are coverslips used to observe specimens under the microscope? (1 point) It flattens the specimen so that it

  • Bad Contact Lens Hygiene

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    However, behaviors such as topping off solution and swimming with contacts in are examples of bad contact lens hygiene. While it is difficult to determine the percentage of Americans who practice bad contact lens hygiene, it is easy to identify the amount of eye infections recorded and relate each case to how an individual cares for his or her contacts. In 2015, 40.9 million adults were estimated to wear contacts

  • Safely Inserting Contact Lens

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    Safely Inserting and Removing a Contact Inserting a contact lens. A skill I never thought I would need until the day arrived for an annual doctor's appointment and my doctor told me I should go see an ophthalmologist (an eye doctor). Needless to say, after a visit with the burly eye doctor, I had gotten glasses and was still refusing to get contacts. I knew I probably needed them, but the thought of sticking my finger in my eye to but in a rubbery circular thing gave me the chills. It just wasn't

  • The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Soft Contact Lens

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    lenses which provide more oxygen to the cornea and overcome the disadvantages of current lenses used .[2] Soft contact lens has been introduce since 1971 by Bausch & Lomb, where are the most common type of lenses. Soft contact lenses were made by the development of water-loving polymers; these were called "hydrogels." More than a decade, a new version of soft contact lens has been introduced and commercially

  • Comparison Of Prime Lenses And Zoom Lens

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    photography, whether portraiture, landscape cityscape or any other, the lens is usually the most important part of your kit. Most will probably agree that selecting the perfect lens depends essentially on each photographer’s personal taste, needs, and budget. Below we have collected some thoughts about differences of various types of lenses. Prime Lenses vs Zoom Lenses A prime lens has a fixed focal length, while a zoom lens covers a range of focal lengths. Zoom lenses are often more expensive as

  • Use Of Automatic Mode Of A Dslr ( Digital Single Lens Reflex ) Camera

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    Introduction Imagine yourself standing on one of the seven wonders in the world. Surrounded by the symbolic scenery you wish to seal up the beauty forever, but you’re struggling due to a lack of knowledge of how to function a DSLR (digital single lens reflex) camera. This user guide will teach you how to use a DSLR camera from the fundamentals, along with in-depth knowledge of the profession functions using the three most important pillars in photography; Aperture, Shutter speed and ISO. Automatic

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Using Refracting Telescopes

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    through the glass lens and the different colours that make up white light refract at different angles. This causes the observer to see a rainbow around the image they are viewing. One way to counteract the effects of chromatic aberration is to use multiple compensating lenses. Another way to avoid chromatic aberration is to use a long object focal length this is the distance between the focus and the objective Another disadvantage is the difficulty of making the lenses. The objective lens need to have

  • Zacharias Jansen and The First Compound Microscope Essay

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    methods, the Resolution lens quality and the use of oil immersion. The first compound microscope was invented by Zacharias Jansen and his father Hans in 1595. Whilst experimenting with lenses in a tube Zacharias and his father made an important discovery, where the image of and object at the end of the tube seemed greatly enlarged (history-of-the-microscope.org). This microscope was made of two lenses positioned at each end of

  • Distance Across Your Viewing Field

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    Real Field of View) and angular degrees (or Apparent Field of View). Real field of view is the angle of the visible field, seen without moving the lens, measured from the central point of the objective lens. The larger the value is, the wider the view-field available. Apparent field of view is the angle of the magnified field when you look through lens. The larger the apparent field of view is, the wider the field of view you can see even at high magnifications. With the conventional method used

  • The Magnification And Focal Point

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    convex and concave lenses. The meaning of a focal point from the lens is when as the light is directly hitting the lens, whether it is concave or convex, it creates an image where the light rays are altered by the lens. As they are altered by the direction, one is able to see if the light rays converge or diverge. A converging lens consists of the light rays that are considered to be positive because of the focal length. And diverging lens is considered to be negative because of the focal length as well