General Structure of the Electron Microscope

General Structure of the Electron Microscope

The basic elements of the light microscope and the electron microscope are the same. There is a beam (regular light in one, electrons in the other) that is focussed at a specimen (by glass lenses in one, magnets in the other). From Gessner G. Hawley, Seeing the Invisible (Knopf, 1945).

From Gessner G. Hawley, "Seeing the Invisible" (Knopf, 1945).

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