12+ Compound Microscope Ray Diagram. When we use a usual biology class compound microscope, we need to focus the stage (place the object) to the correct position. In this case, the objective lens o of the compound microscope forms a real, inverted and enlarged image a'b' of the.
It may provide a dynamic image (as with optical instruments) or one that is static. Now a'b' acts as an object for the eyepiece e, whose position is adjusted so that a'b' lies between optical centre c2 and the focus fe' of eyepiece. Ray optics and optical instruments.
The compound microscope is more complicated than just a microscope with more than one lens.
12+ Compound Microscope Ray Diagram. Results and discussion the results from the experiment. A compound microscope is the combination of two convex lenses the objective and the eyepiece. Microscopes used in homes, schools, and professional laboratories are actually compound microscopes and use at least two lenses to produce a magnified image. This lens with a small focal lenth this lens is placed ray diagrams are drawings that use simple geometry to locate an image formed by a mirror.