Scanning electron microscope imaging

In a scanning electron microscopy, secondary electrons are defined as the electrons which obey inelastic scattering whereas backscattering electron follow elastic scattering.

Now my question

Can backscatter electrons produce same level of solution as secondary electrons?

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Did you mean "same resolution"? – Deer Hunter Jul 21 '13 at 17:38
"Secondary electron imaging, being more surface sensitive, has greater resolution." Source: andersonmaterials.com/sem/sem-secondary-backscatter-images.html – Deer Hunter Jul 21 '13 at 17:52