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Particles form Block M | Michigan Engineering LabLog

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Published on Apr 23, 2014

Light can serve as a template to make particles form a crystal in the shape of a Block M, Michigan Engineering researchers have discovered. This experiment was conducted and recorded by Youngri Kim, a PhD student in the lab of Michael Solomon, a professor of chemical engineering.

The technique could lead to materials that can change color on demand. For more information: http://umicheng.in/1hp1CIP

The Solomon Group: http://cheresearch.engin.umich.edu/so...

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