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Can we see DNA using micro scope.

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Nooo, we can't ! Our instruments are not powerful enough.
Use a telescope.
It depends on which form you want to see the DNA. If you want to observe the two helixes dinstinctly, you will have a bad time trying.

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With a photonic microscope you can see dna only if its during the mitosis because dna is condensed in chromosome at that time. But if you have an electric microscope you can see the dna
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If you want to see the electrons gravitating around the nucleus, you will have to wait because we can't today. But we can have this kind of pictures : http://www.snf.ch/SiteCollectionDocuments/medienmitteilungen/bdm_07mai_h.jpg Thanks to a scanning tunneling microscope.
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pretty sure you can see it using an electron microscope, but as someone above pointed out, only when they're "twisted" into chromosomes.

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