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Ultrafast look into atoms and molecules


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Geplaatst op 22 juni 2008 - 09:21

To observe the motion of electrons in atoms one has to be fast. Researchers have produced the first light pulses lasting just approx. 80 attoseconds with ultrashort laser flashes. An attosecond is a billionth of a billionth of a second. This is the first time that scientists have advanced metrology into the temporal range below 100 attoseconds. This affords access to real-time observation of the fastest electron motions inside atoms, molecules and solids. Insight into electron processes can lead to the development of new light sources, exploration of the microscopic origin of serious illnesses, or gradual advancement of electronic data processing towards the ultimate limits of electronics.

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