6 September 2016 Issue 43

A whole new world of colour (and 3D) for electron microscopy

Learn how to colourising SEM images

DOI: 10.22443/rms.inf.1.141

Images provided by SEMs are two-dimensional and black-and-white. This is of course normal, as SEM technology uses electrons and not photons - or light rays - for visualization.
And, where there is no light, there is no colour.

So the question is, how does one go about colourising such an image?

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Written by

Christophe Mignot

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