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June 3rd, 2003

Observing The 'Wings" Of Atoms

Abstract:
By crunching numbers on a supercomputer for six months, University of Utah researchers showed it is possible for an atomic force microscope to make images of the wing-shaped paths of minuscule electrons as they orbit atoms.

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