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Electron Microscope Detector Achieves Record Resolution

News   Jul 23, 2018 | Original story sourced from Cornell University

 
Electron Microscope Detector Achieves Record Resolution

A ptychographic image of two sheets of molybdenum disulfide, with one rotated by 6.8 degrees with respect to the other. The distances between individual atoms range from a full atomic bond length down to complete overlap. Credit: Cornell University

 
 
 

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