Get Even More Visitors To Your Blog, Upgrade To A Business Listing >>

The largest X-ray laser to step up the pace in Europe this month

The largest x-ray laser in the world, the European XFEL, will begin its experiments later this ...

Atoms and molecules move far too fast for the human eye and most of our instruments to see clearly, meaning much of what happens down at that scale is shrouded in mystery. To get a better look we need a "camera" that's several kilometers long, and one such facility is firing up this month. The European X-ray Free Electron Laser (XFEL), which happens to be the largest x-ray laser in the world, can take 3,000 images per second of that tiny world.

.. Continue Reading The largest X-ray laser to step up the pace in Europe this month

Category: Physics

Tags:
  • Atoms
  • Europe
  • Imaging
  • Laser
  • Molecules
  • X-ray
Related Articles:
  • Molecular machines, self-eating cells and flatlands physics take Nobel prizes
  • Dynamic duo could quickly identify deadly bacteria in hospitals
  • "Two-faced" droplets roll over to highlight bacteria in food
  • Harnessing electricity-generating bacteria to clean up drinking water
  • Primordial goo coating to aid in medical procedures
  • Borospherene bounces into buckyball family




This post first appeared on High Technal News, please read the originial post: here

Share the post

The largest X-ray laser to step up the pace in Europe this month

×

Subscribe to High Technal News

Get updates delivered right to your inbox!

Thank you for your subscription

×