Softening crystals without heat: using terahertz pulses to manipulate molecular networks
Geplaatst op 09 november 2010 - 16:35
As if borrowing from a scene in a science fiction movie, Japanese researchers at Kyoto University have successfully developed a kind of tractor beam that can be used to manipulate the network of the molecules. In a paper soon to be published in Physical Review Letters, the team has demonstrated a technique using terahertz pulses that could have broad applications in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries
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