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Comparison microscope

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  1. sometimes known also as stereomicroscope or dissecting microscope, is a device used to analyze side-by-side specimens

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  2. Comparison of microscope has evolved since the mid-1920s Sacco and Vanzetti case into an instrument with many optical, mechanical and electronic refinements, including fiber optic illumination, video capabilities, digital imaging, automatic exposure

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  3. consists of two microscopes connected to an optical bridge, which results in a split view window

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  4. used in forensic sciences to compare microscopic patterns and identify or deny their common origin

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  5. The idea behind the comparison microscope is simple

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