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thedy
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Jan2-13, 05:46 AM
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Hi,can someone explain me this picture? : http://www.accessscience.com/search.aspx?rootID=792797
I dont understand,what it means,Im reading the description,but it doesn t help me.It looks,like if I use Huygens eyepiece we get virtual image,and if I use Ramsden,we get real image.But we know,that microscope resulting image is always real,isn it?
Thanks for clarifying
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