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The high resolving power attained with the electron microscope has extended the field of pigment microscopy to cover particles falling within the range of 0.20–0.004 micron. High resolving power also brings into view many particles that would otherwise be invisible, and shows definite shape in particles that with optical instruments appear simply as diffraction disks.