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A new X-ray microscope can see details a small as a billionth of a meter — without even using a lens. Read more: www.foxnews.com...
batteries degrade over time, because the interface between the battery's electrodes and electrolyte degenerates. No one understands exactly how this happens or how to fix it, he said, and it's tough to see inside the interface to diagnose the problem. X-ray nanovision could change that. Read more: www.foxnews.com...
Originally posted by arpgme
So this is nanovision technology. Hopefully they can find more on the sub-atomic level. We went from macro to micro to nano, how far is it until quantum vision?
And extrapolating from modern high energy experimental work of researching electromagnetic force between two directly interacting electrons,you can even conclude that actual "size" is even below 10^−16 metersSource
The nucleus of the atom has a diameter of about 10^-15 meter, whereas the atomic diameter is about 10^-11 meter. Source