Slides: a must for every biological microscope
These Bresser slides are ideal for laying your preparation, so you can cover it with a cover slip so that the 'object' lies between the coverslip and the slide.
What can you put on the slides?
All objects that are liquid such as bacteria in water, blood and very small organisms are placed on a microscope slide. The slide can then, if desired, be covered with a cover slip so that the liquid object "sticks" between both slides and does not slip off the specimen.
Which microscopes are used for microscope slides?
Slides are mostly used for biological microscopes with a relatively high magnification. Because microscope slides are transparent (and biological microscopes usually have undergone light), the light shines through and can be well observed. In addition, most biological microscopes also have a cross table which is precisely made to clamp the slide and easily slide back and forth.
Available in two different models
You can choose from two different types of Bresser microscope slides, namely an undiluted version and a deeper version. The undiluted version are more affordable and suitable for most preparations and objects. However, the deepened slide is suitable for all standard preparations as well as liquid preparations.
- Delivered per 50 pieces
- Deepened or undepened