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Q: What is the difference of a light microscope and a scanning electron microscope?
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Explain the difference between a light scanning and electron microscope?

A scanning electron microscope will scan the surface and an electron microscope looks inside.

What are the 4 kinds of microscope?

light compound microscope, phase microscope, scanning electron microscope, transmission electron microscope

Types of microscopy?

compound light microscope, phase contrast microscope, scanning electron microscope, transmission electron microscope

What types of microscopes?

The four main types of microscopes are the Light Microscope, Electron Microscope, the Transition electron microscope and Scanning electron microscope.

What is a feature of the scanning electron microscope and is not a feature of the light microscope?

It uses electromagnets.

What is total magnification of a microscope?

Light Microscope: 2000X Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM): 500,000X Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM): ??? there are different ways

Which is a feature of a light microscope and is not a feature of a scanning or transmission electron microscope?

It uses a combination of lenses.

What kind what microscopes would be better to see a virus. your options are compound light microscope Transmission Eltron Microscope Scanning Electron Microscope?

electron microscope

What is the light source for the SEM system?

A Scanning Electron Microscope, or SEM, is a type of electron microscope. Its light source is from a beam of high voltage electrons.

What is the difference between a Light Microscopes and an Electron Microscope?

The optical microscope is the most common. It uses light to image a sample that is too small to be seen by the naked eye.The scanning electron microscope examines the surface of objects using an electron beam and measuring reflection.Short Answer = Resolution.

Construction and working of scanning electron microscope?

To form an image, a scanning electron microscope works by using electrons instead of light. The construction of the microscope includes an electron gun, electron beam, anode, magnetic lens, scanning coils, backscattered electron detector, and a secondary electron detector that sit on a stage that holds the specimen.

What three types of microscopes used to view cells?

Compound light microscopes Transition electron microscope Scanning electron microscope

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