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Real picture of Atom. STM image of Fe - Magnetic atoms on compaound semiconductor

Real picture of Atom. STM image of Fe - Magnetic atoms on compaound semiconductor

IBM scientists discovered how to move and position individual atoms on a metal surface using a scanning tunneling microscope...

Real picture of Atom. STM image IBM logo made from Xenon atoms

A-B: Scanning tunneling microscope images of 5 individual Fe atoms on a copper surface, before (A) and after (B), construction of a stable nano-magnet. C: Cartoon illustration of how such magnets can be assembled into a miniature hard drive, where each state is read/written by an atomically sharp metallic tip of the STM which has a magnetic sensing needle at the apex

Physicists construct world's smallest magnet composed of only five iron atoms

STM Rubidium atoms isolated in an optical lattice, Courtesy Brian DeMarco

STM Rubidium atoms isolated in an optical lattice, Courtesy Brian DeMarco

Mass Spectrometry as a Preparative Tool for the Surface Science of Large Molecules

Mass Spectrometry as a Preparative Tool for the Surface Science of Large Molecules

Revealing magnetic interactions from single-atom magnetization curves, F. Meier, L. Zhou, J. Wiebe, and R. Wiesendanger, Science 320, 82-86 (2008

Revealing magnetic interactions from single-atom magnetization curves, F. Meier, L. Zhou, J. Wiebe, and R. Wiesendanger, Science 320, 82-86 (2008

Real picture of Atom. Have you ever seen an atom? STM image of Co atom on graphen

Real picture of Atom. Have you ever seen an atom? STM image of Co atom on graphen

STM image of Water moleculs- the approximately 1-nm-wide ice chains that nucleate on Cu(110)

STM image of Water moleculs- the approximately ice chains that nucleate on

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