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comparison of  light and electron microscopes
comparison of  light and electron microscopes
comparison of  light and electron microscopes
comparison of  light and electron microscopes
comparison of  light and electron microscopes
comparison of  light and electron microscopes
comparison of  light and electron microscopes
comparison of  light and electron microscopes
comparison of  light and electron microscopes
comparison of  light and electron microscopes
comparison of  light and electron microscopes
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  • 1. Comparing Light and Electron MicroscopesAdvantages of Electron Disadvantages of Light Microscopes Microscope• Greater magnification up • Magnification only up to to 1,000,000 x 1000-1,500 x• Greater depth of field • Less depth of field (With SEMs, 3-D ) • May involve complex• No complex lighting lighting requirements• Greater resolution -1 nm • Less resolution - 1 micron
  • 2. Light Microscopes
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  • 4. Microscopes ContinuedDisadvantages of Advantages of Light Electron Microscope Microscope• Expensive (1 million) • Cheaper (100)• Expensive to Run • Cheaper to Run• Image Black and • Color image White • Live or Dead• Dead Specimen Specimen• Requires Vacuum • No Vacuum Required• Expert Preparation • Simple Preparation• Special Large Room • Small and Portable• Affected by Magnetic • Unaffected by Fields Magnetic Fields
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