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What microscope views metal surfaces?
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Which microscope is often used to view metal surfaces?
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How the electron microscope and the scanning tunneling microscope similar?
An electron microscope uses an electron beam to illuminate a specimen and produce a magnified image. It uses an electrostatic and electomagnetic lens to magnify images. It is used to investigate the ultrastructure of bilological and inorganic specimens. A scanning tuneling microscope is used to image the surface at an atomic level. It is based on the concept of quantum tuneling. It is used in industrial and fundamental research to get atomic scale images of metal surfaces. It provides a three dimensiional profile of the surface.
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What is lapping compound?
A lapping compound is an abrasive mixture used to flatten metal or glass. It is also used to make sure the surfaces of two pieces (usually metal) will fit. You can use it in between two metal surfaces and by doing so ensure those two surfaces will fit perfectly. You can also use it against a flat surface and a piece of metal or glass to ensure a surface is smooth and flat. the higher the grain number the finer the grain and the smoother the surface.