An optical instrument used for viewing very small objects, such as mineral samples or animal or plant cells, typically magnified several hundred times
magnifier of the image of small objects; "the invention of the microscope led to the discovery of the cell"
(microscopic) of or relating to or used in microscopy; "microscopic analysis"; "microscopical examination"
(microscopic) extremely precise with great attention to details; "examined it with microscopic care"
A microscope (from the μικρός, mikrós, "small" and , skopeîn, "to look" or "see") is an instrument to see objects too small for the naked eye. The science of investigating small objects using such an instrument is called microscopy. ...
MicroScope is a weekly magazine for computer manufacturers, distributors and resellers within the channel which has been published since 1982. The magazine is available free to professionals who meet the circulation requirements. ...
Microscopic or Micro (from the , mikrós, "small" and σκοπέω, skopéō, "look") is a term used to describe objects smaller than those that can easily be seen by the naked eye and which require a lens or microscope to see them clearly.
(Microscopic (EP)) Microscopic is the first of only two EPs by the industrial music group Download. It was one of the first releases with a lenticular cover. Their previous LP, Furnace, also made use of this new type of packaging.
An optical instrument used for observing small objects; Any instrument for imaging very small objects (such as an electron microscope)
(Microscopic) 'little objects are to be compared to the greater and more beautiful works of nature, a flea, a mite, a gnat, to an Horse, an elephant, or a Lyon.' Hooke, Micrographia (1665). ...
(Microscopic) A physical entity or process of small scale, too small to directly experience with our senses. Specifically, any phenomena on the molecular and atomic scale, or smaller. See: macroscopic.
(Microscopic) Pertaining to the underlying quantum state of a system
(Microscopic) Something that needs a magnifying device to see
(Microscopic) The description of the behavior of individual molecules (at the molecular level). The behavior of an individual molecule may be very different from other identical molecules. ...
(microscopic) Adjective. Too small to be seen by the human eye.
(microscopic) Visible at magnifications greater than ten diameters.
In a microscopic traffic (flow) simulation, the atomic instances are vehicles; the flow is simulated by simulating the vehicles (see macroscopic)
(Microscopy) A microscope is an optical instrument which uses lenses to reveal details that are invisible to the naked eye. The useful (‘sharp’) magnification that a microscope can achieve depends on the wavelength of the light and the quality of its lenses. ...
used to inspect the end surface of a connector for flaws or dirt.
To dream of a microscope, denotes you will experience failure or small returns in your enterprises.
Trade name for a hardware diagnostic program that uses its own operating system to manipulate hardware directly without interference from the main operating system.
configuration errors represent the greatest obstacle to quality photomicrographs, followed by errors in filter selection, film choice, aberration, dirt and debris, and processing mistakes.
A powerful instrument that lets scientists examine things closely that cannot normally be seen with the naked eye.
Single or dual eyepiece design to enable close up magnification and viewing of tiny objects, as we call it a "microscopic" view
A piece of equipment used by scientists in order to look at objects such as plants, animals and other organisms more closely
is a special tool with a lens that makes cells or tissues look bigger. A pathologist uses a microscope to see if cells are cancerous or not.