By: Stanley L Flegler, John W Heckman and Karen L Klomparens
225 pages, Figs, illus
&i;`The book is not only useful as an introductory text and reference source, but would be valuable to any reader interested in discovering the versatile ways of understanding the world using electron microscopy.'&o; Journal of Biological Education
"Excellent basic book on electron microscopy....Concepts are easy to understand."--Yolande Berta, Georgia Institute of Technology
"Presents the practical and theoretical fundamentals of scanning and transmission electron microscopy. Explanations coupled with diagrams and photographs guide the reader." --Journal of Chemical Education
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