In which type of microscope do you find the lens arrangement as shown in the following diagram? Write about the working and the use of this microscope. - Science and Technology 1

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Answer in Brief
  1. In which type of microscope do you find the lens arrangement as shown in the following diagram?
  2. Write about the working and the use of this microscope.
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Solution

  1. Compound microscope.
  2. The ray diagram depicts the operation of a compound microscope. A tiny magnifying object is put in front of the objective lens, slightly beyond its primary focus. The compound microscope's objective lens creates a real, inverted, and enlarged image of the item. This image serves as an object for the eyepiece, which is positioned so that the object is between the optical centre and the eyepiece's focus. The eyepiece creates a final virtual, inverted, and highly magnified image. After setting the final image to a distance of 25 cm from the eye, the final image is seen through an eyepiece.
    In scientific laboratories, compound microscopes study minute items such as blood cells, plant and animal cells, and minute living beings such as bacteria.
Concept: Convex Lens
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