Tuesday, July 5, 2022

electrons

Transparency of metallic oxides explained

This new model breaks with the paradigm established so far in the field of condensed matter physics.

Generating electricity using tiny carbon particles

Tiny particles power chemical reactions.

A new, highly accurate measurement of the thickness of the neutron “skin”

Physicists net neutron star gold from the measurement of lead.

Scientists see atoms at record resolution

The resolution is so fine-tuned, the only blurring that remains is the thermal jiggling of the atoms themselves.

Scientists discovered magnesium in the elemental zero-oxidation state

The chemistry of magnesium turned on its head.

CERN experiment found that beauty quarks not behaving in the way they should

The experiment challenges the leading theory in physics.

Scientists captured the rapid motions of solvent molecules in light-driven electron transfer

Role of solvent molecules in light-driven electron transfer revealed.

Physicists discovered the Hall effect in a nonmagnetic quantum material

The study opens a window into the landscape of extreme topological matter.

Proton is more complicated than expected, think scientists

Nuclear physicists crank up the energy to put the squeeze on the proton and its quarks.

Physicists analyze the role of gravity in the formation of elementary particles

Scientists also obtained a discreet energy spectrum for objects with Coulomb repulsion tending to infinity.

Scientists captured the movements of electrons and nuclei in a molecule

Scientists for the first time- captured the movements of electrons and nuclei in a molecule after it was excited with light- just by using...

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