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Before Robert Hooke first glimpsed cells of cork in 1665, scientists knew they needed more than the human eye to study objects and living things. Microscopes provide a passport to the unseen world of how cells work, and how the whole organism functions.
Magnification is the ability of a microscope to make an image appear bigger. Resolution is the ability to distinguish small, close objects. The resolution of a microscope refers to its ability to show details clearly. If it weren't for the resolution of a microscope, to the viewer, everything would be a blur, and not at all useful.
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