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Microscope

A study by researchers at the University of Oregon states that an atomic microscope with an electrode at its tip can provide a qualitative answer on how nanoscale catalysts collect the charge. This study can help researchers to develop better semiconductors to improve the performance of solar devices. With the help of this research, scientists unveil that the catalytic particle shrinks to the size below 100 nanometers. This, as a

Viewing Angle

According to Salk scientists, tilting the frozen protein sample under an electron microscope provides a better viewing angle. This provides effective approach for better information deduction during the research. Which further helps understand the structure of proteins and host diseases such as HIV and cancer. The new study in September 13th, issue of the Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology. It provides quantitative proof that the angle of sight can