Tuesday, July 5, 2022

electrons

Scientists take a direct look at how light excites electrons

When a molecule interacts with light, its electrons can absorb energy from the electromagnetic field by rapidly rearranging their positions. This subtle rearrangement makes ready...

Dancing electrons solve a longstanding puzzle in the oldest magnetic material

Magnetite is the oldest magnetic material known to humans, yet researchers are still mystified by certain aspects of its properties. For example, when the temperature...

A new way to precisely control photons

Photons are more challenging to control than electrons. But, anyway, it is essential to control photons to develop futuristic technologies like quantum computers. Scientists from...

New electronic state of matter discovered

When electrons can be made to attract one another, they can form bunches of two, three, four and five electrons that literally behave like new types of particles.

Electronics at the speed of light

Understanding how light interacts with condensed matter.

EPFL scientists created ultrafast electron vortex beams

Vortex-carrying matter waves, such as chiral electron beams, are of significant interest in both applied and fundamental science. Continuous wave electron vortex beams are...

Electrons slowing down at critical moments

In a crystal, All atoms shape an intermittent structure called a lattice, where the molecules are arranged in a tedious example in three dimensions....

Van der Waals Force That Holds World Together Can Also Push It Apart

For a long time, it was considered that these interactions between molecules are always attractive. Now, for the first time, found that in many rather...

World’s first living and breathing supercomputer

Based on Adenosine triphosphate (ATP), scientists are going to develop living and breathing supercomputer. ATP is a substance which provides energy to all the...

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