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Home > NanoArt 2011 Exhibition > Rorivaldo de Camargo, Brazil, 2011
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Anthill.jpg
Anthill -1156 viewsThe image was obtained in black and white and colored by an editor.
Contained in a vacuum, electron microscopy utilizes an illumination system which produces a beam of high energy electrons that are reflected off the target and are received by a scintillation tube and interpreted to produce greatly expanded images (up to a million times). Previously, targets could only be magnified 2000 times with a standard light microscope. Overcoming this barrier provided a launching pad for nanometric research.
Fluorescent Starfish.jpg
Fluorescent Starfish-1193 viewsThe image was obtained in black and white and colored by an editor.
Contained in a vacuum, electron microscopy utilizes an illumination system which produces a beam of high energy electrons that are reflected off the target and are received by a scintillation tube and interpreted to produce greatly expanded images (up to a million times). Previously, targets could only be magnified 2000 times with a standard light microscope. Overcoming this barrier provided a launching pad for nanometric research.
nanoweb.jpg
Nanoweb-1097 viewsThe seed image was colored by an editor.
Contained in a vacuum, electron microscopy utilizes an illumination system which produces a beam of high energy electrons that are reflected off the target and are received by a scintillation tube and interpreted to produce greatly expanded images (up to a million times). Previously, targets could only be magnified 2000 times with a standard light microscope. Overcoming this barrier provided a launching pad for nanometric research.
spirals.jpg
Spirals-1055 viewsThe image was obtained in black and white and colored by an editor.
Contained in a vacuum, electron microscopy utilizes an illumination system which produces a beam of high energy electrons that are reflected off the target and are received by a scintillation tube and interpreted to produce greatly expanded images (up to a million times). Previously, targets could only be magnified 2000 times with a standard light microscope. Overcoming this barrier provided a launching pad for nanometric research.
Sunflower.jpg
Sunflower-1075 viewsThe image was obtained in black and white and colored by an editor.
Contained in a vacuum, electron microscopy utilizes an illumination system which produces a beam of high energy electrons that are reflected off the target and are received by a scintillation tube and interpreted to produce greatly expanded images (up to a million times). Previously, targets could only be magnified 2000 times with a standard light microscope. Overcoming this barrier provided a launching pad for nanometric research.
     
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