The geometry of a compound microscope which consists of two
The geometry of a compound microscope, which consists of two converging lenses, is shown in Fig. 23.29. (More detail on microscopes is given in Chapter 25.) The objective lens and the eyepiece lens have focal lengths of 2.8 mm and 3.3 cm, respectively. If an object is located 3.0 mm from the objective lens, where is the final image located, and what are the image characteristics?
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