Recorded images of atoms moving in real-time

Atomic motions have been recorded in real-time, providing insights into the foundations of chemistry.

University of Toronto scientists have recorded a direct observation of of atoms as they undergo chemical reactions and form new structures and transferring charge.

Now scientists are able to see how this process works at atomic-level detail.

Read more at The University of Toronto

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