Mi K. Hong, Anna Swan and Shyamsunder Erramilli
In 1928, two remarkable scientists, E. H. Synge and C. V. Raman, published separate papers on different topics. Nearly 70 years later, the ideas published in their papers were fused. The technique that emerged, evanescent wave vibrational microscopy, has become an important analytical tool for modern nanotechnologists and biological physicists.
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Publish Date: 01 July 2004
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