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May 22nd, 2003

Physicists measure individual electrons in real time

Abstract:
Physicists at Rice University have completed the first real-time measurement of individual electrons, creating an experimental method that for the first time allows scientists to probe the dynamic interactions between the smallest atomic particles.

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