NewsLight-induced shape shifting of MXenes

1st September 2021by admin0
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Ultrafast laser spectroscopy allows to observe the
motion of atoms at their natural time scales in the range of
femtoseconds, the millionth of a billionth of a second. Electron
microscopy, on the other hand, provides atomic spatial resolution.
By combining electrons and photons in one instrument, the group of
Professor Peter Baum at the University of Konstanz has developed
some of the fastest electron microscopes for obtaining detailed
insight into materials and their dynamics at ultimate resolutions
in both space and time.

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