Dark-field-microscope meaning

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The definition of a dark-field microscope is one that uses light only from the side to bring particles into view against a dark background.

An example of a dark-field microscope is one used in a lab to examine the physical properties of germs.

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A microscope in which an object is illuminated only from the sides so that it appears bright against a dark background.
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