|Photos © Michael Davidson and The Florida State University|
These photos show the 60-carbon alkene buckminsterfullerene ("buckyballs"). This substance joins graphite and diamond as a third form of carbon molecule.
AFM coupled to carbon nanotube technology "permits a real-time, high resolution look at proteins in physiologically relevant surroundings," said Stan Wong, assistant scientist at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, N.Y. He presented his work on Dec. 14, 2000 at "New Frontiers in Imaging Technology and Bioscience: A Briefing for Medical...
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