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An electron microscope employs a beam of electrons to obtain an image of an object.?

An electron microscope employs a beam of electrons to obtain an image of an object.? - Confocal - Microscopy Imaging Techniques

An electron microscope employs a beam of electrons to obtain an image of an object.? - All about Microscopy, Confocal Microscopy, Fluorescence microscopy and Other Imaging Techniques


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An electron microscope employs a beam of electrons to obtain an image of an object. What energy must be imparted to each electron of the beam to obtain a wavelength of 11.7 pm?
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