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December 20th, 2004

Molecular orbitals come into view

Abstract:
Scientists have succeeded in imaging a single-electron wavefunction or "orbital" in a molecule for the first time. David Villeneuve of the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) in Ottawa and colleagues used femtosecond lasers to reconstruct the highest occupied molecular orbital in nitrogen molecules.

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