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+ - Single Molecule Imaged for the First Time->

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palegray.net writes "Researchers at IBM Research Zurich have clearly imaged a single molecule, including the chemical bonds that bind the molecule's atoms together. This group announced the ability to measure the charge of a single atom in July. The visualization of a single carbon nanotube was accomplished with an atomic force microscope. The research has clear implications for the advancement of biotechnology and nanotech."
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Single Molecule Imaged for the First Time

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