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Mar 16, 2021

[Answer] 2. Some laboratory experiments produce results too small to be seen by the human eye. What device might be used to view the results?

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...1. oscilloscope 2. microscope 3. hydrometer 4. scoopula The invention of the single-lens microscope is credited to Zacharias Jansen (1580-1638). It is still debated as to whether he created a compound microscope, but it is documented that Galileo Galilei created one in 1609. Microscopes are much more varied today and provide feedback through optical, electron, scanning probe, and fluorescence scans. The oscilloscope measures signal voltages, the hydrometer measures the specific gravity of a liquid (e.g., measuring alcoholic concentration when brewing beer), and a scoopula (love that name!) is a small scoop to transfer solids.




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microscope:


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