A new record for imaging the small

A new microscope at Oak Ridge National Laboratory has set a record for imaging the unimaginably small. Their new microscope (with some computer help) has a resolution of 0.6 angstrom. That’s small enough to see rows of dumbell-shaped atoms in a silicon crystal.

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