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Meet Zaptoskind, the smallest unit ever

Scientists have measured the smallest unit of time: the time it takes for a light particle’s hydrogen molecule to pass. The researchers found that the set of X-rays is such that a photon or particle of light throws two electrons out of a hydrogen molecule. “Because we know the local orientation of the hydrogen molecule, we used it to accurately calculate the interference of the two electron waves when the photon reached the first and second hydrogen atoms.

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