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Looking at Molecules from Two Sides

News   Jan 03, 2019 | Original Story from Forschungsverbund Berlin.

 
Looking at Molecules from Two Sides

Liquid flatjet (solvated urea) illuminated by a broadband soft X-ray pulse obtained by high-order harmonic generation. Credit: MBI.

 
 
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