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Scanning electron microscope-An electron microscope that forms a three-dimensional image on a cathode-ray tube by moving a beam of focused electrons across an object and reading both the electrons scattered by the object and the secondary electrons produced by it.

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You can use a scanning electron microscope to look at the surface of something in 3D. Or you can use a confocal microscope, do a Z-stack and use computer software to combine the series of 2D images into a 3D object.

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Scanning electron microscope (SEM)

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A scanning electron microscope

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Q: What microscope provides sharp pictures of three-dimensional structures at high magnification?
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