Scientists At German Research Centre Develop Novel Scanning Tunnelling Microscope With Magnetic Cooling To Study Quantum Effects - Deepstash

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Scientists At German Research Centre Develop Novel Scanning Tunnelling Microscope With Magnetic Cooling To Study Quantum Effects

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Scanning tunnelling microscopes capture images of materials with atomic precision and can be used to manipulate individual molecules or atoms.

Thanks to magnetic cooling, their scanning tunnelling microscope works without any moving parts and is almost vibration-free at extremely low tempe...

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it enables matter to be visualized and manipulated at the level of individual atoms and molecules in many different ways.

“Our new microscope differs from all the others in a similar way to how an electric car differs from a vehicle with a combustion engine."

Until now, researchers ha...

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The cooling device of Jülich’s microscope is based on the process of adiabatic demagnetization.

It was used in the 1930s to reach temperatures below 1 kelvin in the laboratory for the first time. For the operation of microscopes, it has several advantages

  • can cool the microscope...

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