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Contract notice: Scanning electron microscope for educational purposes with integrated eds analysis.
Most of the photos were taken using a scanning electron microscope (SEM), which can magnify objects up to 300,000 times.
The class has taken field trips to use CSUN's scanning electron microscope and its DNA sequencing facility.
FPL's new Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope (ESEM) allows examination of objects at a low vacuum--or "high" pressure--permitting specimens to be examined without being dried out or having to be coated with gold or some other metallic conductor.
Other instruments of value to the forensic geologist exist, particularly the scanning electron microscope and the electron microscope.
The final report for a one-year project to apply a model-based library (MBL) method to measurements performed with critical dimension scanning electron microscopes (CD-SEMs) has been submitted to International SEMATECH.
Under a scanning electron microscope, the guts of caterpillars that ate enzyme-enhanced callus had many little rips.
The light microscope, scanning electron microscope (SEM) and electron microprobe are valuable in this evaluation.