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How the world is now hearing the ‘electronic signal’ of nanotechnology

By H.G. Riggs and David P. RobinsonOctober 24, 2017 3:12:13For the past five years, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have been using a process called laser scanning to measure how electrons in a sample change in response to the electrical signals of a small device they are studying.

They call the method “electronic coupling.”

It turns out that a new method of measuring electronic coupling could revolutionize the way we measure the state of matter around us, from the chemical composition of our DNA to the structure of atoms.

For years, scientists have been trying to determine the quantum properties of electrons, but they can’t quite explain how they interact with one another.

The new method could help solve that problem.

“The fundamental quantum mechanical properties of matter, like its energy, mass, spin, momentum and electrical properties, are known in very few circumstances,” says Michael Mollison, a graduate student in the MIT’s Department of Physics and one of the researchers involved in the research.

“This is the first time that we’ve found a quantum property of matter that we can measure in a large number of measurements.”

Electronic coupling is a quantum mechanical phenomenon in which a material behaves like an electron in a certain way.

It’s a phenomenon that physicists call a “local quantum mechanical system.”

For example, if you touch a glass of water, the electrons in the glass vibrate in response.

This is because the electrons are moving in an electromagnetic field.

Electrons are usually found in pairs, so a pair of electrons can move in a wave.

But if the two electrons move in the same direction, they can vibrate, which is how you see waves.

The basic idea behind electronic coupling is that the electron in question is moving along a particular path, and the electrons’ position changes with that path.

The researchers found that if they used a laser to look at a single electron in the sample, they could observe the electrons moving along the same path.

They found that, when they measured the electron’s position over time, the electron moved with the same rate as the wave.

“You get this local quantum mechanical property, and it’s quite exciting,” Mollisons says.

The scientists used this new method to look for the quantum mechanical behavior of the sample that the device was measuring.

Using a different laser scanning technique, they were able to measure the quantum behavior of a different electron, the one that had been the focus of the previous work.

It turned out that this particular electron, called a “quantum exciton,” has a very different quantum mechanical structure than the one in the previous study.

In this particular experiment, it has a quantum state that’s different from what was observed in the first study.

“In other words, it’s a different quantum state,” Mollsison says.

“But it has the same quantum mechanical state.

It has a single charge.”

This new quantum exciton behaves in the opposite way to the electron that was measured in the last study.

That means that it is not moving in a specific wave that is characteristic of a quantum system.

Instead, it is moving in the direction of a random wave that’s produced by the electron.

The difference is that it doesn’t have a specific energy.

This means that, because it is a random electron, it can vibrating at a specific frequency.

“That’s really exciting,” says Andrew M. Lippman, a professor of physics and astronomy at MIT.

This is really exciting, because now we can quantify that energy,” Lippmann adds. “

The new measurement showed that the exciton is moving with the opposite direction as the electron, which could mean that it has more energy than the electron.”

“This is really exciting, because now we can quantify that energy,” Lippmann adds.

“I think that it could potentially help solve the physical questions we’re trying to answer in quantum mechanics.”

One of the biggest challenges in studying quantum phenomena is that they are usually difficult to observe.

“Because of the nature of quantum mechanics, it becomes extremely difficult to measure them,” Moller says.

That’s because you need a specific instrument, such as a laser scanning microscope, to capture a single atom, which can take a long time.

This new method, on the other hand, allows the researchers to measure what is happening in a very small sample of the atom.

“It’s a much more efficient instrument, and you can capture much more information at the same time,” Molla says.

The scientists also found that they could measure the electron as a whole.

“What we can do is isolate it into the quantum state we’re looking for,” Mollo says.

This could help researchers understand how quantum physics works in a broader