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A Step Closer to a Nuclear Clock

News   Oct 07, 2020 | Original story from Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

 
A Step Closer to a Nuclear Clock

A false color scanning electron microscopy image of the 8x8 array of maXs30 detectors. Credit: Matthäus Krantz.

 
 
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