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Articles tagged with: atomic

X-Ray Camera Captures 4.5 Million Frames Per Second

Researchers at the Science and Technology Facilities Council in the United Kingdom have created an X-Ray camera that lets you see 3D images of real individual molecules. The camera can capture images at 4.5 million frames per second.

To put some perspective on that number, the human eye perceives the real world at around 30-45 frames per second. The camera functions by using a superconducting accelerator that produces X-ray flashes a billion times brighter than normal cameras.

OLED Displays Are Now 2x More Efficient

Researchers from the University of Toronto have developed a special technique that produces OLED devices that will encourage consumers to adopt OLED technology embedded within flat-panel displays and through various lighting technologies.

The process requires the production of a one-atom thick sheet of chlorine onto the surface of indium tin oxide material. The layer of chlorine is applied to the surface with an ultra violet assisted process that negates the need for chlorine gas. The indium tin oxide is used as the electrode material that is currently found in flat panel displays. The outcome of this engineering process would be a more efficient and less costly OLED device.