IBM Snaps a Picture of the Charge Distribution of a Single Molecule

Part of a the recent slew of revolutionary technological and scientific novelties coming off IBM‘s research and development lab, the company has just announced that it has successfully managed to  measure and image for the first time how charge is distributed within a single molecule. The achievement was made possible after a new technique, called Kelvin probe force microscopy [...]IBM images electric charge distribution in a SINGLE molecule – world’s first! is a post from ZME Science. © ZME Science - All Rights Reserved. Thank you for being a subscriber, Download your very own FREE copy of our recently released e-book "Our Incredible World, Like You've Never Seen It Before".

X marks the spot for miraculous microscopy

Researchers from IBM have succeeded in 'seeing' the distribution of charge within a single X-shaped molecule.  Read more

Mon 27 Feb 12 from Nature News Blogs

Scientists image the charge distribution within a single molecule for the first time

(PhysOrg.com) -- IBM scientists were able to measure for the first time how charge is distributed within a single molecule. This achievement will enable fundamental scientific insights into ...

Mon 27 Feb 12 from Phys.org

Electric image of single molecule

Researchers capture the first image of charges within a single molecule in a pioneering experiment that sheds new light on the molecular world.

Sun 26 Feb 12 from BBC News

Observing charge distribution in molecules

Microscopists have mapped the distribution of charge across a single organic molecule for the first time

Tue 28 Feb 12 from Chemistry World

IBM images electric charge distribution in a SINGLE molecule - world's first!

Part of a the recent slew of revolutionary technological and scientific novelties coming off IBM‘s research and development lab, the company has just announced that it has successfully ...

Mon 27 Feb 12 from ZME Science

IBM snaps an image of electric charge on the move

IBM Research isolates how electrons rearrange themselves in a molecular bond, an insight that could advance molecular-scale transistors and inexpensive solar cells.

Mon 27 Feb 12 from CNET Cutting Edge

IBM snaps an image of electric charge, Sun 26 Feb 12 from CNET Cutting Edge

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