The researchers devised a technique involving two light pulses that match the energies of electrons

Electronic gadgets have highly fast-moving electrons, which can make it challenging to observe what is happening inside.

But now, the University of Michigan and the University of Regensburg have created an “attoclock” that can capture images of electrons in as little as a quintillionth of a second.

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