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Electron filmed in motion for the first time

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by BobW, Feb 27, 2008.

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  1. BobW

    BobW Guest


  2. let's hope that Heisenberg was well compensated!


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    Michael A. Terrell
    Central Florida
     
  3. What exactly am I looking at ?

    I see lot's of blue rings.

    What exactly is the electron ?

    Is it made up of all these blue rings ?

    Me confused a little bit.

    And what do they mean with motion ?

    The swinging up and down ?

    Bye,
    Skybuck.
     
  4. Maybe the rings are just the light/laser ?

    So then what is the electron ?

    The little blue particles moving around ?

    Hmm..

    Bye,
    Skybuck.
     
  5. D from BC

    D from BC Guest

    And some people can't find their car keys.. :p

    Which reminds me.. OT.. if that's ok...
    I've noticed I'm #1 in Google results for posting "Happy Electron Day"
    :)
    Come'on ...doesn't it sound like a good holiday?
    Dunno what the festivities would be like yet..


    D from BC
    British Columbia
    Canada.
     
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    Organization:
    "We demonstrate a quantum stroboscope based on a sequence of identical
    attosecond pulses that are used to release electrons into a strong infrared
    laser field exactly once per laser cycle. The resulting electron momentum
    distributions are recorded as a function of time delay between the IR laser
    and the attosecond pulse train using a velocity map imaging spectrometer."

    Movie link without javascript-hell nor flash etc..:
    http://www.atto.fysik.lth.se/research/research.html
    http://www.atto.fysik.lth.se/video/emovie.mov
    http://www.atto.fysik.lth.se/video/emovie.avi
     
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