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"Microscope" Article - Table of Contents

(A) INTRODUCTION
Part 1. Microscope - Introduction. History of the Simple Microscope.
Part 2. Wollaston Doublet.

Part 3. Compound Microscope.
Part 4. Immersion System.

(B) EYEPIECES
Part 5. Eyepieces.

(C) MICROSCOPIC OBJECTIVES
Part 6. Objectives. Numerical Aperture.

(D) ILLUMINATING APPARATUS
Part 7. Illuminating Apparatus.
Part 8. Black-Ground Illumination.

(E) BINOCULAR MICROSCOPES
Part 9. Stereoscopic Binoculars.
Part 10. Non-Stereoscopic Binoculars.

(F) MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION OF THE MICROSCOPE
Part 11. Mechanical Construction of the Microscope.

(G) MICROMETRY
Part 12. Micrometry.



The above article was written by William Benjamin Carpenter, C.B., M.D., LL.D., F.R.S.; Fullerian Professor of Physiology at the Royal Institution; Professor of Medical Jurisprudence at University College, 1849; Examiner and Registrar of University of London, 1856; editor of the British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review and a Popular Cyclopaedia of Science; author of Principles of General and Comparative Physiology and The Microscope and its Revelations.




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