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   Application:       
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   Biological / Life Science       Microscopes used for biological or life sciences inspections.  These types of microscopes might include those that transmit light or environmental scanning electron microscopes (SEM). 
   Gemological       Microscope used for gemological inspection.  These microscopes often use polarized light with lower magnifying powers to allow for brighter, sharper images combined with a wide field of view. 
   Medical / Forensic       Microscopes used for medical or forensic inspection purposes.  These microscopes are often hands-free, binocular microscopes with lower magnifying powers to allow for brighter, sharper images combined with a wide field of view. 
   Metallurgical       Microscope used for metallurgical inspection.  Often metallurgical microscopes are inverted for viewing the bottom of a sample with lower magnifying powers to allow for brighter, sharper images combined with a wide field of view. 
   Measuring / Inspection       Microscopes used by toolmakers for measuring properties of tools.  These microscopes are often used for dimensional measurement with lower magnifying powers to allow for brighter, sharper images combined with a wide field of view. 
   Semiconductor Inspection       Microscopes used to study the layers in a semiconductor wafer or fabricated IC component.  This inspection calls for greater precision and throughput. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary application. 
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   Microscope Type:       
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   Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)       Scanning electron microscopes (SEMs) form images by using a detector synchronized with a focused electron beam to scan the object. The intensity of the image-forming beam is proportional to the back scattered or secondary emission of the specimen where the probe strikes it. The magnification is controlled by the length or area scanned. 
   Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM)       Transmission electron microscopes (TEM) pass image-forming rays through the specimen being observed.  Contrast or diffracted beam images are used to analyze the sample. 
   Other       Other unlisted electron microscope. 
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Performance Specifications
   Accelerating Voltage:       The range of voltage used to produce electrons in scanning and transmission electron microscopes. 
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   Total Magnification:       A ratio of the size of an image to its corresponding object. This is usually determined by linear measurement.  This specification is meant to represent the entire magnification range of a microscope including both the eyepiece magnification and the objective magnification. 
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   Resolution:       An optical device reveals the fineness of detail in an object. Objectively, resolution is specified as the minimum distance between two lines or points in the object that are perceived as separate by the human eye. Subjectively, the images of the two resolved points must fall on two receptors (rods or cones), which are separated by at least one other receptor on the retina of the eye. 
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Features and Options
   Digital Display?       A microscope that uses digital technology to display the magnified image. 
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   Computer Interface?       The microscope can be controlled or monitored remotely with a computer via interface. 
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   Image Analysis Processing Software?       The microscope has application software included for control or for analyzing images. 
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   Environmental / Low Vacuum / Variable Pressure?       The microscope is equipped with an environmental chamber, which allows it to maintain a pressure differential between the high vacuum levels required in the gun and column area and the relatively low pressures used in the chamber. This facility means that the microscope can be used to examine uncoated specimens such as type material, pinned insects, mineralogical specimens and fossils.  Variable pressure electron microscopes allow the pressure in the sample chamber to be maintained at a much higher level than in conventional SEMs.  The presence of molecules of air (or inert gas) in the chamber has two major effects. First, it significantly reduces outgassing from samples that are hydrated or oily. This allows these types of samples to be examined without the need for complex sample preparation, such as freeze-drying or critical point drying, etc. The second important benefit is that the air molecules also help dissipate the buildup of charge on the surface of nonconducting specimens, which means that they no longer need to be coated with a conducting layer before examination. 
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