Answer to Question #197193 in Inorganic Chemistry for Lia

Question #197193

Comparison between light field microscopy and electron microscopy.


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2021-05-24T07:20:11-0400

Light field Microscopy:


  1. Uses light (approx. 400-700 nm) as an illuminating source
  2. Lower magnification than an electron microscope
  3. No risk of radiation leakage
  4. Specimen preparation takes about a few minutes or an hour
  5. The image is seen through the ocular lens. No screen needed

Electron Microscopy:


  1. Uses electron beams (approx. 1 nm) as an illuminating source
  2. Higher magnification
  3. Risk of radiation leakage
  4. Specimen preparation takes several days
  5. The image formation depends upon the electron scattering

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