Exploring the Nature of Matter (2009)

Jefferson Lab

An artist's rendition of Lieber group research, depicting an AFM probe comprised of a carbon nanotube modified with a biotin molecule, is on the cover of the Second Edition of the textbook Chemistry: A Molecular Approach (Prentice Hall, 2010), by Nivaldo Tro. For the original publication describing this research, see S.S. Wong, E. Joselevich, A.T. Woolley, C.L. Cheung and C.M. Lieber, "Covalently functionalized nanotubes as nanometer probes for chemistry and biology," Nature 394, 52-55 (1998).
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How Jefferson Lab is expanding the frontier of knowledge through the study of matter, atoms and quarks. The video provides an introduction to the lab and a nontechnical explanation of the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility and the kind of research this unique facility is used for. The video mentions several of JLab's areas of special expertise as well as its technology transfer and science education endeavors.

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Nicademus007 wrote 7 years ago.
im sorry very disapointed with this one .. it isnt about
educating anyone in exploring or understanding the nature of
matter ... its an add for the jefferson labs.


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