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Product Description

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  • Dark Field------Observe liquid/transparent/translucent creature like the Sperm cell/Oral epidermal cells/other plankton
  • Bright Field-----Observe the biological slide we provide or other slide
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Usage---Petri Dish

The thickness of the glass bottom in the center of the petri dish is 0.15-0.20mm, and the sample should be as close to the bottom as possible when it is placed in the groove. The observation depth range of the microscope is 0-0.15mm.

Note:

01. There is no need for a magnetic lid to observe when using a petri dish. If the observation contrast is not high, please move the petri dish to a darker place.

02. The petri dish can be washed and used repeatedly. Please clean it carefully to avoid the glass bottom breaking. Keep the dish clean and dry. Do not use paper for wiping. You can use lens cloth matched.

03. Please ensure that the surface of the observed object is close to the bottom of the petri dish to avoid defocusing.

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Usage---Liquid Sample Slide

Drop liquid into the slide. The observation distance depends on the slide you choose.

1. 0.03 mm Liquid Sample Slide: observe targets whose diameter is less than 0.03 mm, such as some cells. Professional knowledge is required.

2. 0.2 mm Liquid Sample Slide: observe targets with a diameter of 0.1 to 0.2 mm, such as aquatic organisms. If you use a 0.3 mm liquid slide to see that the target is a little fuzzy, you can try a 0.2 mm slide.

3. 0.3 mm Liquid Sample Slides: observe objects with a diameter of 0.2 to 0.3 mm, such as many organisms in ponds, lakes, and streams.

4. 0.5 mm Liquid Sample Slide: observe objects with a diameter of 0.3 to 0.5 mm, such as insect eggs and shrimp eggs in ponds, lakes, and streams.

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Usage---Biological Slide

The observation distance is 0.3mm above the lens. So please confirm the thickness of slides is 0.3mm for better use. otherwise the slide was poor resolution.

Note:

1. Please put the side that has letters twards lens

2. You should know the observation distance must be less than 0.3mm, when you want to make slides by yourself,

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Usage---Observe Directly

Observe object directly. eg. table/hair/skin/paper/leaf/ant/coin

WARNING

1. The lens is not waterproof.

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