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Chemistry Tue Mar 13 2018 09:00:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Less toxic than quantum dots, canconjugated polymer nanoparticles revolutionise bioimaging?
In a semiconductor, electrons can be excited by absorbing laser light. Advances in the past decade have enabled measuring this fundamental physical mechanism on timescales below a femtosecond (10-15 s). Now, physicists at ETH Zurich have resolved the
In a semiconductor, electrons can be excited by absorbing laser light. Advances during the past decade enabled measuring this fundamental physical mechanism on timescales below a femtosecond (10^-15 s). Now physicists at ETH Zurich for the first time
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Acconeer’s A111 radar sensor is based on a unique patented technology enabling millimeter accuracy with very low power consumption The Acconeer A111 is a low power, high precision 60 GHz pulsed SRD radar sensor with a footprint of 29 mm2, d
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