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Title: Understanding Light at the Nanoscale: A Nano-sized Double-slit Experiment
Url: http://phys.org/news/2007-07-nanoscale-nano-sized-double-slit.html
Publisher: PhysOrg
Description: Before nanotechnology can reach its full potential, researchers must understand the way things work on the nanoscale- which is often very different from the macroscopic world. One of these areas is light, and how light interacts with matter on tiny scales.
LC Classification: Science -- Physics -- Atomic physics. Constitution and properties of matter -- Solids. Solid state physics -- Special topics, A-Z -- Nanostructures
Technology -- Chemical technology -- Biotechnology -- Processes, operations, and techniques -- Special, A-Z -- Nanotechnology
Technology -- Technology (General) -- Nanotechnology
GEM Subject: Science -- Engineering
Science -- Technology
Key Concept: Manufacturing -- Nanofabrication
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Language: English
Rights: PhysOrg.com
Access Rights: Free access
Date Of Record Release: 2010-10-26 03:00:02 (W3C-DTF)
Date Last Modified: 2015-06-12 13:19:41 (W3C-DTF)
Source Type: ATE Center
Source: NetWorks
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