A compound microscope consists of a 4× eyepiece & a 42×
objective 30 cm apart. Assuming the final image is in focus with
the eye relaxed, determine the following:
Objective focal length =
Distance of object from objective =
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A compound microscope consists of a 4× eyepiece & a 42× objective 30 cm apart. Assuming...
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