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The best microscopes for chemists
Find the microscopes and accessories other chemists are already using

Don’t you want a microscope that you have chemistry with? 

For over two decades, Microscope.com has been working with research institutions, labs, private businesses and universities across the USA to push the boundaries of their research with value-priced, packed-with-features microscopes and accessories. 

Chemists across the country are spending up to 90% less on microscopy equipment by ordering from Microscope.com.

Institutions like:

  • The F.D.A

  • U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

  • And even NASA 

... already get their microscopy tools from Microscope.com. Do they know something you don’t? 

 They’re using these microscopes at different stages of their research:

The best microscope for your chemistry students 

More than 400 universities spanning every corner of the U.S. trust Microscope.com to deliver value to their programs, so students can learn and professors can push the boundaries of their research.

After two decades, the best rated option for students and professors is the OM36 40X-1000X Compound Student Microscope. This low cost, rugged microscope stands up to hard use in the lab and the field (and hard use from inexperienced users… like your enthusiastic chemistry students). 

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The reliable option for the budget-conscious chemist 

After two decades of working with chemists across the country, the most popular choice among your colleagues is resoundingly the 1000x Microscope - OM139 Compound Laboratory Microscope with Infinity Plan Optics. 

The reason other chemists love it? It has a trinocular port option, so you can capture images and document findings in real time - a much smoother workflow than you use now. And it’s as versatile as your role - it packs down and travels easily in one of these microscope cases, so you can easily move it from the lab to the classroom to your desk and back.

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The premium option for lab work and research

A microscope designed with you in mind. The BA410E-TPH Elite Trinocular Phase Contrast Microscope is the flagship of Motics upright compound series, and the perfect choice for your work or research. 

You’re guaranteed the best viewing experience of your samples, with a fully rotating head and phase contrast. The trinocular port allows you to capture images and document findings in real time - a much smoother workflow than you use now. And it’s as versatile as your role - it packs down and travels easily in one of these microscope cases, so you can easily move it around your workspace if needed. 

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The best portable research microscope for a chemist on the go

The pocket-sized Dino-Lite Edge Series AM5218MZTW handheld digital microscope is ready to accompany you wherever your work takes you. The aluminium alloy casting stands up to lab spills, so dust and moisture don’t reduce its working life. Even in the hands of inexperienced students and new users, this digital microscope is built to last! 

It’s designed to smooth out your workflow, and makes capturing, annotating and storing images of your specimens quicker and easier than ever. And with application-specific lighting, you can highlight exactly what you need to see on your sample. 

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In every state, chemists and their students are pushing the boundaries of their work, and saving money on digital and compound microscopes, without losing any of the features or quality. 

Every chemistry microscope comes with:

A Limited Lifetime Warranty.

If something goes wrong 10 weeks from now or 10 years from now, we’ll fix it.

A 30-day Satisfaction Guarantee.

If you don’t love yours right away, just send it back. We’ll take it, no questions asked. 

Built-in confidence.

More than 400 colleges across the country work with Microscope.com

Don’t settle for second best.

Find a microscope that you have real chemistry with.

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