Microscope Creates Near-Real-Time Videos Of Nanoscale Processes

Engineers at MIT have designed an atomic force microscope that scans images 2,000 times faster than existing commercial models. With this new high-speed instrument, the team produced images of chemical processes taking place at the nano-scale at the rate close to real-time video.
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