Ross research microscope, London, England, 1871-1900
Andrew Ross was a famous microscope maker who helped found the Microscopical Society of London (later the Royal Microscopical Society). This compound microscope by the Ross family of microscope makers had the Schröeder fine adjustment added to it in 1888. Ross’s company continued after his death under the leadership of his son.
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Glossary: monocular microscope
Microscope with a single viewing eyepiece, as distinct from binocular or stereomicroscopes. It should be noted that monocular microscopes can be fitted with a binocular eyepiece to give pseudo-stereo views
The use of microscopes to study objects or samples. The three major types of microscopy are optical, electron and scanning probe microscopy.
The use of photography to obtain a permanent record (a photomicrograph) of the image of an object as viewed through a microscope.
Glossary: compound microscope
Microscope with multiple optical elements (lenses/mirrors). It has two microscopes in series, the first serving as the ocular lens (close to the eye) and the second serving as the objective lens (close to the object to be viewed).