Physics7, 94 (2014) – Published September 12, 2014
Experiments show that beams of left- or right-handed electrons are not equal-opportunity destroyers of molecules having two mirror-image forms, which supports the idea that primordial cosmic rays generated the asymmetry in biological molecules.
Phys. Rev. Focus28, 12 (2011) – Published September 23, 2011
Experimentalists have mapped the quantum states (band structure) of cold atoms mimicking electrons in a crystal. The technique should allow researchers to study new aspects of electrons in crystals using the atoms as a model.
Phys. Rev. Focus26, 25 (2010) – Published December 17, 2010
According to simulations, ultrashort electron pulses could serve as probes of the rapid motion of atomic or molecular electrons, such as the “breathing” of an excited atom or the shuttling of an electron between atoms in a molecule.
Phys. Rev. Focus25, 24 (2010) – Published June 25, 2010
Researchers beat the quantum-mechanical fluctuations in an atomic clock by linking many atoms into an entangled quantum state and pushing the fluctuations into a realm that doesn’t influence the time measurement.