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How does the resolution of a specimen’s image viewed under a compound light microscope compare to that of a scanning electron microscope? A The resolution of the image depends on the specimen being viewed, not on the microscope being used. B A scanning electron microscope provides much better resolution than a compound light microscope. C A compound light microscope provides much better resolution than a scanning electron microscope. D The resolution is the same using either microscope; the microscopes differ only in magnification power.

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  1. Natshane
    • 3 years ago
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    resolution depends on the wavelength of the light, the smaller the wavelength the higher the resolution. An electron microscope, although having a higher resolution, damages the cell. A light microscope having a lesser wavelenghth have lower resolution, you can relate this to the answer ;D

  2. Rae<3Rae
    • 3 years ago
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    okay thank you io am better in history and english then biology and geometry

  3. Natshane
    • 3 years ago
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    haha! no problem, I just studied for my test yesterday so it's still fresh in my mind.

  4. tikiataylor
    • one year ago
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    so is it a or b

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