Scientists Make Coldest Molecule In History
Scientists have formed a new kind of molecule out of two atoms that don’t normally form play well together, sodium and potassium, by cooling them to less than a millionth of a degree above absolute zero, colder than any molecule that’s ever been witnessed. The team of MIT physicists led by Martin Zwierlein managed to get the sodium-potassium molecule to hold together for 2.5 seconds, which may sound . . .
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