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Catch me if you can: Atoms in Action

Professor Pratibha Gai will be talking about a microscope which enables the human eye to catch atoms in action.

Prof Gai will be talking about the microscope which enables the human eye to watch how atoms move and catch them in action. Being able to do this allows us to see how crystal structures change, including sequences of events that lead to the evolution of crystal imperfections that occur during reactions – an ability that is important for medicines, new energy sources and climate control.


Professor Pratibha Gai | talks


Date and Time:

12 November 2014 at 6:15 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Institute of Physics
76 Portland Place

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