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November 20th, 2010

Russian scientists can see a nano-coon through a nano-microscope

Abstract:
Russian scientists have developed a unique FemtoScan microscope. The instrument can be used to examine bacteria and viruses and study nano-images formed on the atomic lattice of a substance. (with video)

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