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Single atoms or molecules imprisoned by laser light in a doughnut-shaped metal cage could unlock the key to advanced storage devices, computers and high-resolution instruments. A team composed of Ali Passian of the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Marouane Salhi and George ...
Researchers use metal crystal to organize organic materials, overcoming key stumbling block
Although they could revolutionize a wide range of high-tech products such as computer displays or solar cells, organic materials do not have the same ordered chemical composition as inorganic materials, preventing scientists from using them to their full potential. But an international team of ...
Since more than twenty years, scanning force microscopes are employed in research and industry. Their enormous resolution triggered many applications in nanotechnology. Their rather low image rate is however a disadvantage - changing objects and processes cannot be imaged. Physicists of Saarland ...
Research may lead to energy efficient engines, advanced medical therapy
The Center for Nanoscale Materials (CNM) at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory dedicated its new scanning probing microscopy building recently during its annual users conference. The new building will house a new scanning probe microscope that measures ...
Agilent Technologies Inc. announced that Dr. W. Travis Johnson, Life Sciences Applications manager, will present a paper on innovative techniques for using scanning probe microscopes (SPMs) and atomic force microscopes (AFMs) in the study of biological phenomena. Johnson will discuss TREC - ...
On the Laser 2003 in Munich, the world leading trade fair for optical technologies, WITec GmbH, Germany will exhibit its newest developments in the field of scanning probe microscopes. From 23. -26. June, WITec will showcase on booth C1.161 modular, high resolution microscopy systems for ...
Scanning probe microscope links dendritic polymer molecules
The idea of simply grabbing molecules with a pair of tweezers and sticking them together just as you wish is not nearly as absurd as it sounds. Berlin researchers headed by Jürgen P. Rabe and A. Dieter Schlüter have pulled off just such a trick. Their "construction with molecules" is an ...