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IBM Researchers Image Electrical Charge Distribution In a Single Molecule 37

Posted by timothy
from the yeah-but-which-one dept.
alphadogg writes with this selection from Network World:"IBM researchers for the first time have succeeded in imaging how charge is distributed inside a single molecule, which is a fundamental research breakthrough as scientists try to miniaturize circuitry to the nanometer scale. IBM is studying molecular structures when put on artificial surfaces so functional molecules in the future can be used as switches or transistors, said Fabian Mohn, an IBM researcher. IBM used advanced microscopy tools and techniques to image how charge is redistributed and arranged when chemical bonds are formed between atoms and molecules on surfaces."
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IBM Researchers Image Electrical Charge Distribution In a Single Molecule

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It is masked but always present. I don't know who built to it. It came before the first kernel.

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