A collaboration of scientists has made significant progress in imagining water molecules. This work opens the way for studying the internal structure and dynamics of ice or water on the surface of solids.
A new microscopic method concerning the probe with the flexible terminal atom/molecule enables for the first time direct observation of the chemical structure of individual molecules.
New measuring method overcomes the insufficiency of previous Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy (KPFM). Thus it significantly advances our current possibilities to study the charge transfer at the atomic level.
Recent developments in scanning microscopy enable us to resolve the chemical structure of individual molecules deposited on surfaces.