Research team devises a means for measuring quantum tunneling time
(Phys.org) -- In a bit of inspired research, a diverse team of researchers has devised a means for measuring the time it takes for an electron to tunnel through a barrier. Led by Israel's Weizmann Institute of Science, Dror Shafir, the team as they describe in their paper published in the journal Nature used one laser to lower a barrier allowing an electron to escape via tunneling from its Helium atom, and another to prod it back again and in the process were able to measure the time it took to do so.
(Phys.org) -- In a bit of inspired research, a diverse team of researchers has devised a means for measuring the time it takes for an electron to tunnel through a barrier. Led by Israel's Weizmann ...
Fri 18 May 12 from Phys.org
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Tue 15 May 12 from Phys.org
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Thu 17 May 12 from Livescience
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Thu 17 May 12 from AZoNano
By Will Soutte Researchers at the Vienna University of Technology are now able to study an electron's removal from an atom by a powerful laser beam with a time resolution of below 10 as. The...
Wed 16 May 12 from AZoNano