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Focus: Observing Diffusion Atom by Atom

Author(s): Philip Ball The tracking of individual atoms diffusing in a cold, rarefied gas reveals the influence that a single impact has on randomizing the motion. [Physics 10, 76] Published Fri Jun 30, 2017
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