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August 11th, 2004

Single gold atoms altered

Scientists from IBM's Zürich Research Laboratory and Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have found a way to alter a single atom. The researchers used a low-temperature scanning tunneling microscope and a voltage pulse to place an electron on an individual gold atom, then remove the electron.


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