For the First Time How to image atoms


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For the First Time How to image atoms

In the basement of MIT.nano there is a there is a specialized microscope able to image materials at the atomic level. In this video we go through each step of how to image the tiny building blocks for all materials: atoms. (Learn more about MIT.nano: https://mitnano.mit.edu/)

Research credits: Magnesium ion battery video and work: Junghwa Kim under the advisement of Professor James LeBeau, MIT Department of Materials Science and Engineering (DMSE) and Aubrey Penn, MIT.nano. Featuring: Joachim Thomsen, Visiting Scientist with Prof. Francis Ross, MIT DMSE; and Aubrey Penn, Research Specialist, MIT.nano.

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