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IBM Science

IBM Images a Single Molecule 169

Posted by kdawson
from the blow-it-up dept.
chrb writes "New Scientist is reporting that researchers at IBM Zurich have managed to image a single molecule in detail for the first time. In the images of a pentacene molecule, the bonds between the carbon atoms are visible as five linked rings."
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IBM Images a Single Molecule

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