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High-Noise, Low-Resolution Spectroscopy

  • Steven Chu
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Abstract

For over three decades, Theodor Hänsch has invented numerous elegant lasers and laser methods that have defined and redefined “laser physics at the limit” . With these methods, he has extended the reach of physics with experiments of great precision and sensitivity.

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Folding Pathway Elongational Flow Docked State Atomic Force Microscope Method Hairpin Ribozyme 
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