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Microcosm Through the Microscope: Everyday Things That Look Totally Different Under A Microscope

All the common objects are kinda boring when you look at them, but the situation changes when an awesome Electron Microscope comes on the scene. A scanning electron microscope (SEM) is a type of electron micrograph that makes images of a sample by scanning it with a focused beam of electrons. These are the most amazing images of what is too small to see with the naked eye.

 

9699960-r3l8t8d-650-5Ground black pepper

9700010-r3l8t8d-650-7Wood

9699910-r3l8t8d-650-14Fusion razor blade with teflon coating

9700060-r3l8t8d-650-3Salt

9700110-r3l8t8d-650-15Mustache Whiskers

9700160-r3l8t8d-650-2White Sugar

9700210-r3l8t8d-650-4Pepper

9700260-r3l8t8d-650-16Cut Hair

9700310-r3l8t8d-650-17Surface of the old penny

9700360-r3l8t8d-650-8Ball point pen

9700410-r3l8t8d-650-19A fruit fly

9700460-r3l8t8d-650-1Nylon Stockings

9700510-r3l8t8d-650-6Coffee grounds

9700560-r3l8t8d-650-10A staple through paper

9700610-r3l8t8d-650-11Flower pollen

9700660-r3l8t8d-650-20Textile

9700710-r3l8t8d-650-23Woven fabric

9700760-r3l8t8d-650-9Printed paper

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