Daniel van der Weide
Conventional microscopy is a mainstay of science and technology, yet it uses only the visible fraction of the spectrum, leaving the longer wavelength regime largely unexplored. With tiny antennas and scanning probe microscopes, however, researchers are beginning to shed new light onto this once-invisible world.
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Publish Date: 01 May 1998
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