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morlaswife

  • 2 years ago

What is a limitation of using electron microscopes to view specimens? You cannot view transparent specimens because of the microscope’s low resolution. Electron beams are dangerous and can only be used sparingly. You cannot view live specimens because the necessary preparation kills cells. Resolution is weak and cannot make out details of very small specimens.

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    C.

  2. morlaswife
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    thank youuu !!!!!!

  3. Frostbite
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    You cannot view live specimens because the necessary preparation kills cells.

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    give me medal plz!

  5. morlaswife
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    can you help me with more questions? i need more help !!!

  6. morlaswife
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    What would be the magnification of a specimen viewed with a compound light microscope that has an objective power of 40x and an ocular lens power of 10x? 400x 50x 500x 40x

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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4f30b4c6e4b0fc09381f08cd

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    400x

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    Compare and contrast the structure and function of a compound light microscope and a dissecting microscope. Be sure to discuss when each would be more useful than the other

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    it has to be "in my own words"

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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4f11a734e4b0a4c24f57e2e2

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    thanks man, this is helping me sooo much. I'll post one more then im done harassing you !

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    lol ok

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    Describe the details you were able to see when viewing specimens with the scanning electron microscope in the microscope activity.

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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4ee55125e4b023040d4b48b3

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    helped?

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    i sent you a message, yes thank you so much :}

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    np;)

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    now i need help r u a girl or guy?

  20. morlaswife
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    Girl lol.

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