A laboratory microscope is the general term for any type of a microscope that is designed for use in laboratories. Laboratory microscopes can be upright or inverted in design, and in most cases are designed large, sturdy and modular so they can withstand the wear and tear of the laboratory and handle a variety of samples and tasks. Stereomicroscopes are also widely used in laboratories. Stereomicroscopes are especially beneficial for sample preparation, bulk sample analysis, dissection, and whenever large working distances, low magnification and large depth of field are required.
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