Is the LVEM5 suitable to use as a teaching tool?
Yes. The system is both functionally versatile, introducing students to the basics of TEM, SEM and STEM and versatile enough to allow for hands-on experience with an electron microscope and results.
Is the LVEM5 really an electron microscope?
What are the distinguishing factors of the LVEM5?
What is the benefit of the system for life science researchers?
Does one have to acquire all modes, TEM and SEM and STEM?
Who else makes a 5 kV TEM?
Who else makes a benchtop TEM?
Can you give some examples of specimen types that have been successfully imaged with the LVEM5?
How complicated is the LVEM5 to operate?