The effect of grain of photographic emulsion on the resolution of an electron microscope
The resolving power of photographic plates is usually expressed by the maximum number of resolved lines in 1 mm This method of expressing resolving power is not always adequate for electron microscopy, particularly when the resolution of small spots is treated. The following experiment was carried out to study the minimum size of spots which can be recorded on photographic plates.
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