How do we use electrons in a microscope?



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    The general description involves directing a beam of electrons onto the sample being observed.  The beam is focused onto the sample by a magnetic lens.  Any discrepancies in the beam caused by electron interaction with the sample is detected by sensors, therefore producing an electron microscopic image.

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