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Super-resolution Microscopy Advanced by Graphene Layer

News   Sep 04, 2019 | Original story from the University of Göttingen

 
Super-resolution Microscopy Advanced by Graphene Layer

On the left: Image of single molecules on the graphene sheet. Such images allow scientists to determine the position and orientation for each molecule. Comparison with the expected image (right) shows excellent agreement. Credit: University of Göttingen

 
 
 

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