See Scanning Electron Microscopy.
Scanning Electron Microscopy - Technique for imaging a material at higher magnification than available with traditional optical microscopy.
Scanning Electron Microscope
Scanning Electron Micrograph
Scanning electron microscopy, used for high magnification study of metal surfaces.
Scanning electronic microscope.
Scanning electron microscopy. produces high resolution images of the morphology or topography of the sample surface by imaging the electrons reflected when the sample is scanned with an electron beam. Monitoring the secondary X-rays produced by the electron-sample interaction using energy dispersive spectroscopy for element identification allows compositional analysis.
Scanning Electron Microscopy. Instrumentation used to observe minute surface details of small organisms/objects at high magnification by means of electron lenses. SEM techniques are often employed and needed to correctly identify a dinoflagellate species.