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How does the use of a scanning electron microscope differ from that of a transmission electron microscope? A scanning electron microscope can produce only a two-dimensional black and white image, while a transmission electron microscope can produce a three-dimensional color image. A scanning electron microscope can be used to study live specimens, while a transmission electron microscope would harm the specimens that are being viewed. A scanning electron microscope can be used to study the details of a specimen’s surface, while a transmission electron microscope can be used to s

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    ofcourse...it's A With a TEM, electrons are passed through an extremely thin section of a cell to view the cell's internal structures. With a SEM, electrons rebound off the surface of a specimen, creating a three-dimensional image of the specimen's surface

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