Quantum Interference Shown Experimentally in Larger Molecules

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Particle-wave duality is one of the most mysterious facets of quantum physics. It states that every quantum object has properties of both a wave and a particle. This can be easily demonstrated using the double-slit experiment. Streams of particles directed at a barrier, facing the two narrow openings, create an interference pattern, as though they are waves. Neither a pure wave nor particle description has been able to successfully explain these experiments.

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Molecules Origami Lamps: Folded Paper & LEDs

These beautiful lamps were recently unveiled in Milan, Spain, and they are part of the Molecules collection, which is a completely new series of lights based upon the origami art of Ilan Garibi. You wouldn’t think that these lights were technological, but you’d be wrong; they include digitally dimmable LEDs and are touch-operated.

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