Incredible discovery from researchers at U of T
A new research project from a team of quantum physicists from the Faculty of Arts & Science at the University of Toronto measured the length of time it takes an atom to tunnel through a barrier. This phenomenon is also known as quantum tunneling. Professor Aephraim Steinberg is the senior investigator of the study and has been working and refining experiments on this field for over 20 years. It is believed to be the world’s first measure of such a phenomenon.
If you are interested in quantum physics you can learn more about this amazing discovery here: https://bit.ly/32RLimX
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