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Home > News > Ultrafast, Intense Laser Captures Nanoscale Images

November 14th, 2006

Ultrafast, Intense Laser Captures Nanoscale Images

Abstract:
Using a single, extremely short and intense x-ray laser pulse, an international team of scientists have, for the first time, taken a high-resolution diffraction image of an object such as a protein before the intensity of the radiation destroyed the sample.

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