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1978; Peters 1980, 1982, 1985, 1991 for possible exceptions). The discussion that follows refers only to bulk specimens and not to specimens that have been kept so thin that subsurface scattering has been eliminated by virtue of the fact that there is no subsurface (Hermann et al. 1988). In this case, the 2 LVSEM for Biology 41 interaction volume has much the same dimensions as the probe (Joy 1991a). An image of this type is shown in Figs. 7b, which show segments of isolated actin filaments adhering to a thin film on an EM grid.
3 eV of energy deposited (Kimoto & Hashimoto 1966). The resulting current can be amplified to produce a signal. While these detectors can, in principle, be very small, most are not in practice (Wolf & Everhart 1969). Larger detectors have greater capacitance and hence higher dark current and lower bandwidth. In addition, the presence of an insensitive dead layer near the surface makes them relatively inefficient at low Vo . Although some later devices have partially overcome this limitation (Walker et al.
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