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The Discovery of New Emission Lines from Highly Charged Heavy Ions

Yesterday − National Institutes of Natural Sciences
Professors Chihiro Suzuki and Izumi Murakami's research group at the National Institute for Fusion Science, together with Professor Fumihiro Koike of Sophia University, injected various elements with high atomic numbers and produced highly charged ions(*1) in LHD plasmas. By measuring the emission spectrum of the extreme ultraviolet wavelength range, they discovered a new spectral line that had not been observed experimentally in the past. This result is not only…
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Cosmology, Big Bang

Physicists Measured Something New in the Radioactive Decay of Neutrons


1 months ago − National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
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Particle Physics, Accelerator

Minimalist Swimming Microrobots


10 days ago − American Institute of Physics
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Nuclear

Supercomputers Fire Lasers to Shoot Gamma Ray Beam


18 days ago − University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center
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Quantum Computing

Physicists Discover Family of Tetraquarks


22 days ago − Syracuse University
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Chemistry

Ultrasensitive Sensor Using N-doped Graphene


5 days ago − Penn State
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Photovoltaics, Solar Cells

Chemically Storing Solar Power


5 months ago − Vienna University of Technology
• X-rays Reveal Details of Plastic Solar Cell Production − 6 months ago
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Photosynthesis

New Discoveries About Photosynthesis May Lead to Solar Cells of the Future


12 days ago − Lund University
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Neutrino

At the LHC, Charmed Twins Will Soon Be More Common Than Singles


1 months ago − The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences
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Spintoronics

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10 days ago − American Institute of Physics
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