How to use the microscope nearly all microscopes are user friendly with the exception of a few advanced and complicated microscopes used in high tech labs the thumb rule is that you should start to focus on a specimen with the lowest power objective lens crank the lens down as you view the specimen. A world of pleasure excitement and new knowledge awaits one who learns to use the microscope a world in which table salt crystals appear as jewels a drop of water swarms with life a butterflys wings reveal a cascade of multicolored particles. Find a great explanation of compound and stereo microscopes definitions of the terms and parts of a microscope and a great selection of quality microscopes on our microscopes page how to use your compound microscope. Switch off the microscope when not using avoid touching the glass part of the lenses with your fingers use only special lens paper to clean the lenses dust is the number one enemy of a microscope so always keep your microscope covered when not in use when not in use for extended periods replace the microscope in its box. A microscope is a high quality instrument and should last 25 30 years if treated properly and with care following these simple instructions will not only help you care for your microscope and keep it in good working condition but will also help you get the most out of your microscope
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