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Most detailed photos of an atom yet

BuzzSkyline (905506) writes | more than 4 years ago

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BuzzSkyline (905506) writes "Ukrainian researchers have managed to take pictures of atoms that reveal structure of the electron clouds surrounding carbon nuclei in unprecedented detail. Although the images offer no surprises (they look much like the sketches of electron orbitals included in high school science texts), this is the first time that anyone has directly imaged atoms at this level, rather than inferring the structure of the orbitals from indirect measurements such as electron or x-ray interferometry."
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Click to view full size image. (1)

rossy (536408) | more than 4 years ago | (#29418869)

There is something wrong with the website.... when I clicked to view the "full size" image of the photo... the picture got LARGER.
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