What is a binocular microscope?

Answer A binocular microscope has two eyepiece tubes with lenses, like binoculars you use to observe objects from a distance. But the eyepiece tubes are part of a microscope, used to magnify objects close... Read More »

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What is a binocular microscope used for?

Low power stereo binocular microscopes are a handy cross between a magnifying glass and a high power microscope. Looking through the two eyepieces, you can see items in 3D and move them around unde... Read More »

What is the biology name for a binocular dissecting microscope?

The biology term for a binocular dissecting microscope is stereomicroscope. This microscope is used to view objects that are too big for compound microscopes. A stereomicroscope has two ocular lens... Read More »

How to Identify the Parts of the Binocular Dissecting Microscope?

Binocular dissecting microscopes (also known as stereo microscopes) view objects at magnifications between 8x and 40x. The microscope, which is commonly used in dissections, has two optical lenses ... Read More »

What do binocular numbers mean?

Numbers on binoculars represent magnification, aperture, and viewing angle. An understanding of these numbers provides the key to getting the binoculars you need for wildlife, sports or astronomy v... Read More »