Has Anyone Seen an Atom?

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It is impossible to actually see an atom with the naked eye because they are so small. There is a large microscope that uses electrons that has been able to pick up the image of an atom on film. The picture appears as fuzzy.
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No nobody has ever seen an atom or atoms, though many people/scientists claim they have, NOBODY HAS EVER SEEN AN ATOM!
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Atoms cannot be seen by UV or black lights. They can be see under a microscope
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Electron microscopes.
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An atomic blast can reach 2000 feet above with a 1 mile radius of explosion. Therefore, it can be seen for around 10 km or more.
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