The upcoming discussion will update you about the difference between light microscope and electron microscope.
Difference # Light Microscope:
1. Visible light is used in this microscope.
2. Source of illumination is situated at the bottom.
3. For magnification in this microscope the lens system consists of glass lenses.
4. The lenses are ocular, objective and condenser
5. The image is either seen with the eye or recorded on a photographic film with a camera in this microscope.
Difference # Electron Microscope:
1. Electrons are used in this microscope.
2. Source of illumination is situated at the top in this microscope.
3. The lens system consists of electromagnetic coils in this microscope.
4. This microscope has projector coils, an objective and a condenser.
5. The image in an electron microscope is either recorded on a fluorescent scent screen or recorded on a photographic film.