NewsObserving individual atoms in 3D nanomaterials and their
surfaces

12th May 2021by admin0
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Atoms are the basic building blocks for all materials.
To tailor functional properties, it is essential to accurately
determine their atomic structures. KAIST researchers observed the
3D atomic structure of a nanoparticle at the atom level via neural
network-assisted atomic electron tomography.

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