Origin of magnification
Related formso·ver·mag·ni·fi·ca·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for magnification
The importance of securing a magnification of this order is sufficiently obvious.
The former is for magnifications up to 120 diam, whereas the latter can be used with any magnification.Microscopes and Accessory Apparatus|Ernst Leitz
The oscillation frequency of the plate was once in a second, and the magnification employed was ten thousand times.
This order of magnification would lengthen a wave of sodium light to about 3,000 cm.
With this magnification, the fully grown specimen did not show in the record a change even of 1 mm.