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When you rotate a microscope to high power, why can you not see an image?

When you rotate a microscope to high power, why can you not see an image? - Confocal - Microscopy Imaging Techniques

When you rotate a microscope to high power, why can you not see an image? - All about Microscopy, Confocal Microscopy, Fluorescence microscopy and Other Imaging Techniques


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Default When you rotate a microscope to high power, why can you not see an image?



This question is part of my lab report that is due this monday. If i can get an answer before then that would be great!
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