The new instructor gets a hearty welcome (Nov, 1950)
The new instructor gets a hearty welcome
You’ve read, in both newspapers and magazines, about the powerful electron microscope. Now this amazing “instructor” of scientists and physicians becomes even more useful â€” in more research fields.
Through basic principles uncovered at RCA Laboratories, RCA engineers have developed a compact “table model” electron microscope, at a price which makes it practical for use in an increased number of universities, industries, hospitals, clinics. So simplified is the new instrument that a high school student or unskilled laboratory technician can quickly learn to use it!
Magnifications of 6000 times can be obtained directly in RCA’s portable electron microscopeâ€”four times that of ordinary light microscopes â€”and photography lifts this to 30,000! A new “instructor,” yes â€”and one that gets a very hearty welcome.
Radio Corporation of America