Nanometres in 3D

By Paul Scherrer Institut/Paul Piwnicki. Published on 23 April 2015 in:
April 2015, News, , , ,

Scientists at the Paul Scherrer Institute and ETH Zurich (Switzerland) have created 3D images of tiny objects showing details down to 25 nanometres (1 nanometre = 1 millionth of a millimetre). In addition to the shape, the scientists determined how particular chemical elements were distributed in their sample and whether these elements were in a chemical compound or in their pure state.

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