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mernamerona

  • 2 years ago

what is the difference between the light & the electron microscope?

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  1. apple_pi
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  2. Mpost1994
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    A light microscope uses bright light and magnification to view "microscopic" objects and is not as powerful as an electron microscope which bounces electrons off an object to show it on a monitor. It is much more powerful and can see things that are alot more miniscule

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    light microscope uses light and optical lenses while electron microscope uses electron beam and magnetic lenses

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