anonymous
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To study the details of protein molecules on the surface of a cell, a biologist would likely use a: A. scanning electron microscope B. transmission electron microscope
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anonymous
  • anonymous
TEM: Transmission electron microscopes pass a beam of electrons through a thin specimen similar to how a compound light microscope transmits light. Scientists can apply stain to the specimen to increase contrast in the image. Transmission electron microscopes are mainly used for studying the internal structures of cells that cannot be viewed under light microscopes. Notice that the magnified images of the specimen are produced in black and white. Scientists can use computers to add artificial color to enhance visibility when needed. SEM: Scanning electron microscopes are useful for studying the details of a specimen’s surface. The electron beam scans the specimen’s surface, which is coated with a thin layer of gold metal. The electrons that scatter off of the gold-coated surface are focused onto a screen, forming a detailed image of the specimen surface. The image is three-dimensional and black and white.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think I would have to go with A... I have done this b4. But not sure. But A soundz otey.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I am aware that SEM may be the best way to go but they're talking about proteins on the surface of a cell & this Q has been asked before on OpenStudy. It's really 50/50.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@iloveyouboo
petiteme
  • petiteme
I'd say TEM :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you in k12?
anonymous
  • anonymous
What is your reasoning behind your answer? And no @biznessman
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay, nvm.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So none of us are capable at figuring this out?
anonymous
  • anonymous
imma go with a as well
anonymous
  • anonymous
So I have two people with A and 1 person with B. I'm personally opting for B, too.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Im almost positive its A
anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't know what to do.. I'm very split between SEM & TEM
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, Im positive its A.
anonymous
  • anonymous
How so?
anonymous
  • anonymous
My sister had this question. She just said it was A
anonymous
  • anonymous
I understand your explanation but can I have a screenshot? (I, as a stranger, don't know the legitimacy of the answer)
anonymous
  • anonymous
......, i cant log into her question from last year. But she's a whiz in Biology, and I promise its A. I promise
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay. I will put trust into your answer and will let you know my results in a few mins :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Wait A in SEM right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
is*
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes @xPastelx
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok, good :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Was it right? @Aureyliant
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, it was. Thank you so much. I'll try my best with helping you out on the math thread, too. Sorry for the delay. @xPastelx
anonymous
  • anonymous
Its ok. I'm happy I could help! Thanks! @Aureyliant

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