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IBM breakthrough could measure rapid changes to atoms

 
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MessagePosté le: Ven 24 Sep - 01:51 (2010)    Sujet du message: IBM breakthrough could measure rapid changes to atoms Répondre en citant


On Friday, IBM Research will publish a paper in Science laying out its recent breakthrough

allowing its scientists to measure rapid changes in behavior of individual atoms.

(Credit: IBM Research) SAN JOSE, Calif.--Scientists at IBM Research say they have figured

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how to record rapid changes at the level of individual atoms.

Until now, it has usually taken hours to get a picture of what is happening to a single

atom. But according to IBM Research, scientists at Big Blue's $6 billion R&D unit have

figured out how to use a scanning tunneling microscope to record and study very fast

changes at the atomic level. It is thought that the scientists will now be able to record

atoms' behavior at speeds of up to 1,000,000 times faster than was previously thought

possible.

And while it's not known what the practical implications of the innovation could be, it's

thought buy ffxiv gilthat

understanding how long an individual atom can hold on to information could one day take

Moore's Law to its extreme and extend data storage much closer to the particle level. It is

also thought that the advance could help in the creation of much more efficient

photovoltaic cells, and with quantum computing.

The scientists will publish their findings (see video below) Friday in the journal Science.

According to Sebastian Loth, the post-doctoral researcher at IBM's Almaden Research Center

here who was the lead writer on the paper, the team's breakthrough is tantamount to

advancing the state of imaging of atoms from the status quo being a still camera--where

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physics was already over by the time any image was captured--to a new era of movie camera-

like capabilities where the imagery is captured in near-real time. 
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