What's the difference between "ultrastructure" and "structure" ?

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Are they both the same or what?? 😩
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ultrastructure is the structure of a cell that can only be seen using an electron microscope
structure can be any structure whether it is visible with electron microscope only, or can be seen with any other apparatus (or no apparatus)

only information I can find is that ^ which is for biology
not chemistry

either way: hope this helps

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FluffyCherry
ultrastructure is the structure of a cell that can only be seen using an electron microscope
structure can be any structure whether it is visible with electron microscope only, or can be seen with any other apparatus (or no apparatus)

only information I can find is that ^ which is for biology
not chemistry

either way: hope this helps

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Kyx
Thaaanks a lot, I actually just realised that I asked in the wrong forum!😁
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Thaaanks a lot, I actually just realised that I asked in the wrong forum!😁
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dnt worry
it happens to the best of us
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