comparison microscope

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comparison microscope

[kəm′par·ə·sən ′mī·krə‚skōp]
(optics)
An arrangement of two microscopes connected by a special receiving ocular so that the field of one microscope is seen at one side of a dividing line and the field of the other microscope at the opposite side.
A projection type of microscope in which the image is compared with a template or known pattern.
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