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Microscope and their origin and wide uses

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Mon, 24 Sep 2012

Since the very existence we used to live along with millions of others creatures and that even include the animals, plants and also the one which we can see or experience but they are in the range of the millions around us.
Yes, the micro organisms. Microorganisms are not visible to our naked eyes. If some jokes that "hey fool go and find where your glasses and then show" but microscope have made it possible. Microscope are the one the best friends of a science lovers. It is the most common instrument found in the laboratories and widely used in the research and other activities.
Microscope is the only medium through which you can interact with the world of this miniature world of the most threatening world of micro but the most deadly organisms. The credit of invention of the microscope to its full advantage goes to Anton Van Leeuwenhoek, who in the year 1674 using the single lens microscope studied microorganisms. With subsequent development of technology, the modest laboratory microscope has grown in complexity and has become more diverse, accurate and refined. Microscopes have served the humanity a lot with the development of many drugs which are used to cure the epidemic diseases.
Well there are many types of microscopes and are used for different purposes. The most common types of the microscopes are:
Compound Microscopes
Stereo Microscope
Polarized Microscope
And many more other types are also there but there usage is limited to their industry.
The compound microscope is a high powered microscope that has three objectives and consists of one to two eyepieces. The stereo microscope is of extreme use when objects need to be viewed in a three dimensional angle. It is just a quick review of the major microscopes in the today world.
Microscope are amazing and are seen in many places ranging from the next door clinical lab to the hi- fi science labs where there is research taking place in bringing about the newly drugs to help humanity to fight diseases.
For a common man to understand its uses:
It is readily used to test the blood samples and other various clinical tests.
It is used in the study of the various minerals available on the planet.
Forensic science main instrument is the microscope and the several cases are solved on the basis of the assumptions derived through these microscope.
Microscope is also used for many other purposes like Gemology and many more.

 

Mike Wilson is a renowned writer writes on the science related topics. In Present article he has given insight to the microscope development and also microscope uses.


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