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The acoustic microscope is a new entry in the field of microscopic imaging. It comes after a delay of many years, but now appears to be well established. At last year's conference of the Royal Microscopical Society in London, for example, the booth traditionally reserved for new instruments was...
Biologists have long dreamed of a microscope capable of imaging specimens in their natural state, at molecular or near‐molecular resolution. Physicists have for some years known that the soft‐x‐ray photon has properties that suit it for use as a probe in such microscopy. With the advent of...
It is a truism of elementary‐particle theory that spin effects become negligible at high energy and large momentum transfer in collisions between protons—or any other spinning hadrons. But it doesn't appear to be true. For almost a decade now, Alan Krisch (University of Michigan) and his...
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