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SeeNano versus Scanning Electron Microscope

Comparison

Scanning Electron Microscope


A scanning electron microscope can provide a considerable amount of depth of field (greater than that of the SeeNano system) and very high quality black and white images.

The resolution capabilities of the SeeNano microscopes reach into the realms of mid-range SEM while offering a number of advantages:

  • No sputter coating or staining required

  • No vacuum required, viewed in normal room conditions

  • Sample does not need to be cut to a small size to fit in a chamber

  • Non destructive for living organisms

  • SEM images are made at 45° angle causing image distortion!

  • SeeNano images can be made at any angle between 45-90°

  • Measerable in X, Y and Z axis

  • Natural colors and grayfield contrast provide more image information

  • Confocal imaging allows viewing below the surface of tissue samples


Scanning Electron Microscope
SEM image of computer chip as photographed at 45° angle in B&W
SeeNano Microscope
Photographed at 90° angle with DOF in color
SEM Image stretched to simulate 90° angle
SEM Image corrected (stretched) to simulate 90° angle
Images precisely in both X and Y axis at 90°
Screw used in automotive applications. SEM
Screw used in automotive applications.
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