Definition of Oculars

1. Noun. (plural of ocular) ¹



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Definition of Oculars

1. ocular [n] - See also: ocular

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oculars

ocular paralysis
ocular pemphigoid
ocular physiology
ocular prosthesis
ocular rigidity
ocular scoliosis
ocular sparganosis
ocular tension
ocular torticollis
ocular vertigo
ocularcentrism
ocularist
ocularists
ocularly
oculars (current term)
oculary
oculate
oculated
oculentum
oculesic
oculesics
oculi
oculiform
oculina
oculinacea
oculist
oculists
oculo-
oculoauriculovertebral

Literary usage of Oculars

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1. Elementary Chemical Microscopy by Emile Monnin Chamot (1921)
"oculars to be used on the chemical microscope should have the plane of the ... Compensating or Compensation oculars are eyepieces specially designed for use ..."

2. The Microscope: An Introduction to Microscopic Methods and to Histology by Simon Henry Gage (1908)
"These are objectives or other pieces of optical apparatus (oculars, illuminators, etc. l, ... (4) These objectives admit of the use of very high oculars, ..."

3. Animal Micrology: Practical Exercises in Zoölogical Micro-technique by Michael Frederic Guyer (1917)
"Compensating oculars (see below) bear numbers which indicate the number of ... Unfortunately this simple system does not apply to most ordinary oculars, ..."

4. Biological Laboratory Methods by Patrick Hues Mell (1902)
"CHAPTER II oculars AND OBJECTIVES The oculars. — There are two kinds of oculars, or eyepieces, which are termed positive and negative. ..."

5. Microscopes and Microscopical Accessories by Carl Zeiss (Firm : 1846) (1906)
"The various focal lengths of these oculars are serially graduated so that, with due regard to their peculiar variations in the position of their lower focal ..."

6. The Elements of Vegetable Histology by Charles William Ballard (1921)
"oculars.—As previously stated, the function of an ocular is to further magnify the ... In the Continental system, magnification of oculars is empirically ..."

7. Microscopy: The Construction, Theory and Use of the Microscope by Edmund Johnson Spitta (1907)
"... OK OBJECTIVES AND oculars AND THE LIMITS OF USEFUL MAGNIFICATION To know how much an object is magnified is always a desideratum with the microscopist, ..."

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