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Scientists from UCLA have discovered a new way to look at nucleation. By using 4D atomic resolution (which is three dimensions of space and time), the team was able to record how atoms rearrange. Their new discovery, which can be found in the journal Nature, offers a different perspective from predictions made on the original theory of nucleation that can be found in textbooks.   Nanoparticles in an iron-platinum alloy changes state three different times. Observations were recorded usin ...

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