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May 10th, 2006

Fluorescent bursts aid nano-imaging

Abstract:
US chemists have measured nanometre distances previously unattainable by conventional microscopy. Robin Hochstrasser’s team from the University of Pennsylvania claim that the technique, which uses a fluorescent probe, can easily be used with existing microscopes and has potential uses in nanotechnology and biological systems.

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