When I was reading a chapter on solids structure then i thought of how the real structure would be like if seen from microscope. Hence I want the real microscopic molecular image of NaCl(common salt) and glass I searched on Google but I don't get the real image
An optical microscope can magnify the crystals of sodium chloride so you can see their beautiful symmetry:
But you said you want to get down to molecular (atomic) size. At those distances, we generate images with data (positions and bond distances) obtained from x-ray crystallography:
This picture suggests what a tiny crystal of sodium chloride would look like if you could see the individual ions. The colors are not real; these ions are smaller than the wavelength of visible light. But it is interesting that the maker of the picture colored the chlorine ions green.
That picture is the way I think of the crystal stacked: the ions are touching, but then I can only see the surface of the crystal. If I had x-ray vision and could see into the crystal, it might look something like this: