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Scientific American: Filming the Invisible in 4-D | [Ahmed H. Zewail]

Scientific American: Filming the Invisible in 4-D

Nobel Prize winner Ahmed H. Zewail, of the California Institute of Technology, writes about how an amazing form of microscopy can make movies of vanishingly small, nanoscale objects in action
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Nobel Prize winner Ahmed H. Zewail, of the California Institute of Technology, writes about how an amazing form of microscopy can make movies of vanishingly small, nanoscale objects in action.This article was published in the August 2010 edition of Scientific American.

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