The most powerful microscopes are transmission electron microscopes. Unlike conventional microscopes, electron microscopes use a beam of electrons rather then light to make an imagine of the object in question. The tiny size of the electrons allow the instrument to imagine very minuscule objects even less then the size of an atom. The most powerful thus far is currently housed at the Department of Energy’s National Center for Electron Microscopy (NCEM) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
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