scanning transmission electron microscope

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scanning transmission electron microscope (plural scanning transmission electron microscopes) (abbreviated as: STEM)

  1. (physics) An electron microscope that transmits a very narrow beam of electrons through a sample; it can detect individual large or heavy atoms.

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