a: electron microscope ~
b: upside-down light microscope


"The electron microscope is like an upside-down light microscope. The
radiation enters at top and the specimen is viewed at the bottom. The
principle is the same as in a light microscope in that a beam of radiation
is focused by condenser lenses through the specimen, and then the
image is magnified by further lenses."

Writer: Not Stated
Date: Sep 23 2017 8:46 PM

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