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Making Light of the Raman Dance of Solids

News   May 23, 2019 | Original story from the Tokyo Institute of Technology.

 
Making Light of the Raman Dance of Solids

The research team member of Professor Nakamura Laboratory at Tokyo Tech, work with the equipment used for the ultrafast dual pump-probe experiments. Credit: Tokyo Institute of Technology.

 
 
 

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