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Scientific
Measurement
Bell Ringer

What are the two different types of
microscopes?
What are these?
Conversions
K
HDbd cm
Group Challenge

7m = _____ Kilometers
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2.3L = _____ milliliters
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1750g = _____Kilograms
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250cm = _____ Meters
History of the Microscope
Invented between 1590-1600
 Robert Hooke-1665 viewed cells for the
first time
 Anton van Leewenhoek- first to describe
bacteria
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Microscopes
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Light Microscope – light passes through
one or more lenses to produce an
enlarged image of a specimen.
Light Microscope
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Use two lenses

A light bulb in the base shines light up
through the specimen mounted on a glass
slide. The objective lens then collects the
light, which then travels to the eye.
Microscopes

Electron Microscope – forms an image of a
specimen using a beam of electrons rather than
light.
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Can magnify up to 200,000x
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Living things can’t be seen under an Electron
microscope because the specimens have to be
looked at while in a vacuum.
Electron Microscope
Microscopes

Magnification – is the quality of making an
image appear larger than its actual size.
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Resolution – Is a measure of the clarity of
an image.