Bachman, C. H. and Ramo, Simon (1942) A Simplified Electron Microscope. Physical Review, 62 (9-10). p. 494. ISSN 0031-899X http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:BACpr42
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An electron microscope has been constructed to test a number of new methods of obtaining photographs. The aim has been to obtain in as simple a manner as possible both as regards operation and construction a resolving power in the range of the greatest present usefulness of electron microscopy (say ten times better than light microscopy), and to operate in a voltage range sufficient to obtain this resolution for the usual thin specimens. The instrument is a combined electron and light microscope and utilizes unipotential electrostatic electron lenses.
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