This completes our tutorial on using the scanning electron microscope at the University of Dayton.
In our next laboratory session we will be using the SEM in the backscattered mode to image our tissue sections. Make sure you hand in your set of questions concerning this tutorial at the beginning of the laboratory session. See you there!
|Using the SEM, we can get a unique perspective on the way the natural world exists at a microscopic scale. Check out some of the sample SEM micrographs taken using our JEOL JSM-5800LV microscope.|
If you are interested to learn more about the scanning electron microscope or microscopes in general, you may want to enroll in the Principles of Microscopy course ( BIO 480) with laboratory (BIO 480L). We'll learn about exciting imaging with the SEM, light microscopes and also transmission electron microscopes like this one on the right also at the University of Dayton. Hope to see you there.
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