AS Biology Microscopy Question, how do i answer this?

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explain why artefacts are more likely to be formed when preparing sample for electron microscopy compared to light microscopy. (3 marks)
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They're formed as a result of the preparation procedure (staining by heavy metal resin) which is not required for light microscopy.

Note: the metal resin is used to reflect electrons and to produce an image where the negative (black part) shows an organelle (where no electrons have been transmitted due to the reflection)
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