Definition of Magnification. Meaning of Magnification. Synonyms of Magnification

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Definition of Magnification

Magnification
Magnification Mag`ni*fi*ca"tion, n. The act of magnifying; enlargement; exaggeration. [R.]

Meaning of Magnification from wikipedia

- Play media Magnification is the process of enlarging the apparent size, not physical size, of something. This enlargement is quantified by a calculated...
- Magnification is the nineteenth studio album by the English progressive rock band Yes, released on 10 September 2001 by Eagle Records. It is their last...
- Magnification is the enlargement of an image. Magnification may also refer to: Exaggeration Magnification (album), an album by the rock band Yes Voltage...
- 1899 by W. H. Walmsley for close-up images with less than 10 diameters magnification, to distinguish from true photo-micrographs. One of the earliest pioneers...
- resolving power of visible light. The magnification of a compound optical microscope is the product of the magnification of the eyepiece (say 10x) and the...
- pupil magnification of an optical system is the ratio of the diameter of the exit pupil to the diameter of the entrance pupil. The pupil magnification is...
- microscope, thereby enabling the user to take photographs at reasonably high magnification. Scientific use began in England in 1850 by Prof Richard Hill Norris...
- Cortical magnification describes how many neurons in an area of the visual cortex are 'responsible' for processing a stimulus of a given size, as a function...
- series resonant circuit provides voltage magnification. A parallel resonant circuit provides current magnification. A parallel resonant circuit can be used...
- dissecting microscope is an optical microscope variant designed for low magnification observation of a sample, typically using light reflected from the surface...
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