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jdhooghe wrote:http://www.livescience.com/strangenews/ ... movie.html
My damn Quantum professor and Griffiths lied to me!!!
"It takes about 150 attoseconds for an electron to circle the nucleus of an atom. An attosecond is 10^-18 seconds long, or, expressed in another way: an attosecond is related to a second as a second is related to the age of the universe,"
"The results are detailed in the latest issue of the journal Physical Review Letters."