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This is the experimental setup used to generate femtosecond laser pulses which serve as an ultrafast "flash " for the camera so that very rapid phenomenon can be filmed Credit: Simon Gelinas

This is the experimental setup used to generate femtosecond laser pulses which serve as an ultrafast "flash " for the camera so that very rapid phenomenon can be filmed Credit: Simon Gelinas - See more at: http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/quantum-waves-at-the-heart-of-organic-solar-cells#sthash.aUk1boGL.dpuf
This is the experimental setup used to generate femtosecond laser pulses which serve as an ultrafast "flash " for the camera so that very rapid phenomenon can be filmed Credit: Simon Gelinas
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