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January 11th, 2005

Making microscopes go faster

Abstract:
Scientists in the US and Israel have demonstrated an atomic force microscope that can take images of periodic processes with a time resolution of microseconds. This is an order of magnitude faster than is possible with conventional "rapid-scan."

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