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Observing Mold Under Microscope

Mold can be found indoors and outdoors and is a type of fungus. It can come in many colors, including green, black, white, and brown. While most molds are harmless, some can cause health problems. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at how to observe mold under a microscope. We’ll also discuss some …

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Microscopy 101: Field of View

The field of microscopy can be fun and exciting, as you get to explore many different possibilities in the world around you. But, to fully understand how microscopy works, it’s important to learn about its basic principles and underlying concepts. This includes having an idea about how light refraction works, understanding the concepts of magnification …

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Observing Salt Under The Microscope

Looking at salt under the microscope is a great learning activity for young students who are exploring how different materials look like when viewed through a microscope, especially when studying crystals, minerals, and other geometric shaped solid substances. This is because salt looks different when viewed with the naked eye, with a hand lens or …

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