light-colored objects (like white) reflects most of the light that strikes it, therefore appearing brighter than dark-colored objects (like brown, gray, and black) which absorbs most of the light striking it, making the object more "dense" in color, appearing darker.
In which object is the light darker? brighter
Réponse publiée par: snow01Light-colored objects emit more light and dark-colored objects absorbs more lightRéponse publiée par: elaineeeeRéponse publiée par: axelamat70As I can remember it is brighter when we use the LPO and darker when we use the HPO, but amount of light can be adjusted by regulating the diaphragmRéponse publiée par: HaHannahBrighter,Réponse publiée par: pataojester10I think in the LPO the light is darker and in the HPO the light is brighter.Réponse publiée par: candace08Lpo. pls appreciate my answerRéponse publiée par: 20201947Peripheral vision is more light-sensitive than central visionRéponse publiée par: smith21The light is brighter at LPO and the light is darker at HPORéponse publiée par: smith21The scanner is brighter than the lpoRéponse publiée par: brianneaudreyvuyUsing the low power objective you can see not only the specimen but it also includes its surrounding therefore these parts not occupied by the specimen will allow more light on the field of the microscope so it is brighter while using the HPO as you might nave observed the lens is near the specimen and it focuses on certain parts of your specimen so whole part of it is pointed towards area covered by the specimen so less light is able to pass through therefore it is darkerIn which object is the light darker? brighter...