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Physicist's Innovative Technique Makes Atomic-level Microscopy at Least 100 Times Faster


October 31, 2007

Keith Schwab Using an existing technique in a novel way, Cornell physicist Keith Schwab and colleagues have made scanning tunneling microscopy at least 100 times faster. The technique could also give STMs significant new capabilities. Full Story

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