When it comes to electrons — one of the fundamental building blocks of all matter — there are lots of unanswered questions. How big are they? What are they made out of? What … are they? In this video we take a crack at answering the most basic, and yet perplexing, questions about some chemists’ favorite particles.
- Interview with Michael Peskin Ph.D.
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- E=mc2: Einstein's equation that gave birth to the atom bomb
- Improved measurement of the shape of the electron
- Breaking a dative bond with mechanical forces
- Researchers measure the breakup of a single chemical bond
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- Breakup of a single chemical bond measured
- High-speed atomic video Single molecules captured on video at an unprecedented 1,600 frames per second
- Electron Mass Predicted From Substructure Stability in Electrodynamical Model
- Sodium Chloride, NaCl
- Quantum Mechanics for Engineers