View an outline of the steps taken to chemically prepare samples for TEM and SEM.View the Kirsch Note here
For TEM, the sample is fixed, post-fixed, dehydrated and embedded in resin. The sample is then microsecond and mounted onto a grid for TEM imaging. For SEM, the sample is fixed, post-fixed in some cases, dehydrated and mounted onto a stub.
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