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Optical Nanoscope Allows Imaging of Quantum Dots

News   Jan 24, 2018 | Original Story from the University of Basel.

 
Optical Nanoscope Allows Imaging of Quantum Dots

Image of quantum dots in a semiconductor: whereas the image taken with a normal microscope is blurry (left), the new method (right) clearly shows four quantum dots (bright yellow spots). Credit: University of Basel, Department of Physics.

 
 
 

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