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February 13th, 2003

Oxygen atoms made directly visible

Abstract:
Scientists at Research Centre Jülich have made individual oxygen atoms directly visible with an electron microscope in a certain class of materials, the perovskites. Their recipe for success: they have developed a technique to correct the unavoidable aberrations in the microscope.

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