1. SEM images of a Robin’s egg shell.

  2. Sweet powders from my kitchen.

  3. Not sure what this looks like. 

    It is a gold particle under some electron beam resist on a silicon wafer.

  4. Nylon Stockings under the SEM.

  5. 3 micron lapping film (8000 grit sandpaper) under the SEM.  The “swarf” from honing a razor blade is clearly visible as sub-micron shavings of steel.

  6. small, but happy.

    World’s smallest solid gold happy face.

  7. A staple through paper.

  8. Wood in the SEM.  Toona Mahogany (Toona Ciliata)

  9. A set of images of a manganese oxide corrosion film at progressively lower voltage.  One example of why I use low voltage (1kV) most of the time. 

  10. Copper traces on a circuit board, plated with lead-tin solder.  In the backscattered electron contrast, the bright flower-like patterns are lead.