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Posted on Saturday, June 12, 2004 @ 20:07:25 GMT by vlad

Science nanotech writes: Microscopy moves to the picoscale
10 June 2004

Physicists in Germany have made an atomic force microscope capable of imaging features less than 100 picometres across. The new "higher-harmonic" force microscope uses a single carbon atom as a probe and has a resolution that is at least three times better than that of traditional scanning tunnelling microscopes (S Hembacher et al. 2004 Sciencexpress 1099730).

What are some applications of this to zero point energy engineering and molecular nanotech and other fields?



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by bodebliss on Sunday, June 13, 2004 @ 10:39:25 GMT
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Hi, Nanotech

1 meter = 10^12 picometers = 10^9 nanometers = 10^6 micrometers (microns).
A typical atomic radius is of the order of 100 picometers. The atomic radius
of gold (Au) for example is listed as 144 picometers, silicon is 117 picometers.
Hydrogen has a radius of 78 pm(picometers).The ultimate dream of nanotech would be
a programmable molecular assembler about a 100 nm(nanaometers) in size. They talk
of the 4 forces(weak,strong,electromagnetic,gravity), but we are children in pursuit
of the mysteries of the universe. The actual realm of atomic assembly is Picotechnology
,but to get at it you would have to go through the door of nanotechnology. Some try to
caricature picotechnology as building things w/ quarks and energy waves, but that is
probably Zeptotechnology or Yoctotechnology. The area of research below pico is the
Great Unknown. There might be an
endless supply of smaller and smaller particles making up atoms. There might be an
endless number(scientist believe they've discovered a new one in the interaction
between quarks) of forces leading all the way down to fabric of space(@ 1 x 10-35,
or 10-43, or 10-86 take your choice) , which is believed to be rings in a mesh
like chainmail and between the rings nothing exists, or another universe exists
coinciding w/ ours. So in the beginning, we've just begun!

Bode Bliss


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