Electron Snapshot?

Discussion in 'Physics' started by BR-549, May 5, 2015.

  1. BR-549

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  3. alfacliff

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    how can they take a picture of that thyey cant predict the location of? remember electron flow through a conductot described as " the drunkards walk"?
     
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    It's a slow drunkards walk at cryogenic temperatures.
     
  6. Wendy

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    The fatal flaw to me is one electron, one photon. They are a one to one resolution.
     
  7. cmartinez

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    "...the future of electronics lies in optical control of electron flows."

    That's impressive... I thought that research in optoelectronics was being focused mainly on interferometry.
     
  8. BR-549

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    "...the future of electronics lies in optical control of electron flows."

    If they follow that strategy, I don't think they will get to far.

    I believe we still have a way to go for electron flow improvement, but the free electron is way to big to move at the frequencies we will need.

    The need is for controlled and variable atomic vibration. This will give us the ability to modify atomic structure for further atomic vibrational circuits(or components if you will).

    Atomic vibration can be started and controlled by good old fashion rf.

    A gamma ray is just a pulse of rf. That's all it is.

    Light from a laser is just rf. We can mix and multiply it.

    Rf generated with atomic vibration instead of electron flow is the future.
     
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