Observe Growth of Nanoscale Materials in Real Time 

Researchers have developed a new technique that helps in observing the growth of complex, self-assembled chemical nanostructures in real time. This latest breakthrough makes it possible to document nanoscale processes that occur in liquids down to one-billionth of a meter, and will also promote many future developments in nanotechnology. The study was a collaborative effort of researchers from Florida State University, UC San Diego, and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. It has been described in a paper published online in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.

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