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To Build the World’s Smallest Atomic Clock, Trap a Nitrogen Atom in a Carbon Cage

News   Nov 29, 2017 | Original Story by Kyriakos Porfyrakis and Edward A. Laird for IEEE.

 
To Build the World’s Smallest Atomic Clock, Trap a Nitrogen Atom in a Carbon Cage

Credit:Emily Cooper.

 
 
 

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