21 May 2010

Physicists prove Einstein wrong with observation of instantaneous velocity in Brownian particles

Physicists prove Einstein wrong with observation of instantaneous velocity in Brownian particles: "In 1907, Einstein likely did not foresee a time when dust-sized particles of glass could be trapped and suspended in air by dual laser beam 'optical tweezers.' Nor would he have known that ultrasonic vibrations from a plate-like transducer would shake those glass beads into the air to be tweezed and measured as they moved in suspension."

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