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Four-Dimensional Electron Microscopy
  • A. Zewail
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Science
  • 9 April 2010
Ultrafast Imaging Optical microscopy is generally limited in resolution by the wavelength of light incident on the substrate. Because these wavelengths, even in the ultraviolet, are on the order ofExpand
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Photon-induced near field electron microscopy
  • S. T. Park, A. Zewail
  • Engineering, Physics
  • Optics & Photonics - Optical Engineering…
  • 28 September 2013
Ultrafast electron microscopy in the space and time domains utilizes a pulsed electron probe to directly map structural dynamics of nanomaterials initiated by an optical pump pulse, in imaging, diExpand
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Linac coherent light source (LCLS) conceptual design report
The Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, in collaboration with Argonne National Laboratory, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, andExpand
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Photon-induced near-field electron microscopy (PINEM): theoretical and experimental
Electron imaging in space and time is achieved in microscopy with timed (near relativistic) electron packets of picometer wavelength coincident with light pulses of femtosecond duration. The photonsExpand
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Dynamics of water in biological recognition.
Almost all biological macromoleculess proteins (enzymes) and DNAs are inactive in the absence of water. Hydration of a protein/enzyme is particularly important for the stability of the structureExpand
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Ultrafast solvation dynamics of human serum albumin: correlations with conformational transitions and site-selected recognition.
Human serum albumin, the most abundant protein found in blood plasma, transports a great variety of ligands in the circulatory system and undergoes reversible conformational transitions over a wideExpand
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Four-dimensional ultrafast electron microscopy.
Electron microscopy is arguably the most powerful tool for spatial imaging of structures. As such, 2D and 3D microscopies provide static structures with subnanometer and increasingly withExpand
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Photon-induced near-field electron microscopy
In materials science and biology, optical near-field microscopies enable spatial resolutions beyond the diffraction limit, but they cannot provide the atomic-scale imaging capabilities of electronExpand
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Luminescent solar concentrators. 1: Theory of operation and techniques for performance evaluation.
Techniques and calculations are presented that give explicit expressions for the over-all performance of a luminescent solar concentrator (LSC) in terms of the intrinsic spectral response and quantumExpand
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Biological water at the protein surface: Dynamical solvation probed directly with femtosecond resolution
Biological water at the interface of proteins is critical to their equilibrium structures and enzyme function and to phenomena such as molecular recognition and protein–protein interactions. ToExpand
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