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July 5th, 2007
As the journal Nature reported, the plasmon discovered by the team of the Donostia International Physics Centre could bring about a revolution in the study of nanomaterials, chemical reaction, biomedicine and optics.
The prestigious journal Nature reported a revolutionary scientific find by Pedro Miguel Etxenike and his researchers' team in its latest number.
Thus, the team of the Donostia International Physics Centre identified a new key plasmon for research that could bring about a revolution in the study of nanomaterials, chemical reaction, biomedicine and optics.
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