The tube, it connects the eyepiece or the ocular to the objective lenses.
The Magnifying Parts of the Microscope are the : - Eyepiece / Ocular Lens - Objective Lenses *High Power Objective *Low Power Objective *Scanner *Oil Immersion Objective
The ocular lens, also called the eyepiece lens, is at the end of the compound optical microscope body opposite the objective lens.
The ocular lens is part of the eyepiece on a light microscope.
Tube is the second microscope part from the top. The tube connects the eyepiece or ocular lens to the objective lenses.
to FIND the total magnification for a light microscope, take the magnification of the ocular (eyepiece) lens and the magnification of the objective (in front of the object) lens and multiply them
When needing to make something larger you will need a microscope. A microscope has two lenses; one being the objective lenses and the other is the ocular lens.
An ocular or eyepiece magnifies an object to allow for a closer look. They can be worn outside the eye, or be a piece inside a microscope.
the eyepiece or ocular and the objectives
The parts of a compound microscope that magnify the image are the lenses. A compound microscope is called compound because it has several lenses. The two main lenses are the ocular lens or eyepiece and the objective lenses. The total magnification of a microscope is determined by multiplying the power of the ocular lens by the power of the objective lens. For example, an ocular of 10x used with an objective of 100x gives 1000 times magnification.
The module that you use to view the specs on the glass slide.
It is the eyepiece, the part that you put your eye against and peer into.
Ocular lens. Well if it's on the microscope. Lmfao.
Maybe its "ocular".
ocular and objective....
Magnification is calculated by multilplying the ocular lens by the objective lens. So, the total magnification would be 150x
450x due to the fact that you simply multiply the ocular lens magnification by the objective lenses' magnification. therefore 10 X 45 = 450x
The eyepiece of a microscope is the top part of the microscope in which you look through to see your magnified object. There is no other name for the eyepiece The eyepiece holds the ocular lens. If there are two eyepieces (one for each eye) they are called biocular lenses.
the eyepiece of a microscope is called an ocular lens and you look through to see whatever you are trying to look at, plus it also magnifies, usually 10x.
The total magnification of a microscope is found by multiplying the ocular and objective together.