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    Toward a Better Vacuum Sensor

    Article obtained from Optics and Photonics News RSS Feed.

    NIST researchers have designed a compact, drop-in instrument that would use laser-trapped atoms to measure extreme vacuum levels.

    Oct, 25 2018 |

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