Deadly Colours

Andrew Parker 2005. Seven Deadly Colours: the genius of nature's palette and how it eluded Darwin

Andrew Parker 2005. Seven Deadly Colours: the genius of nature’s palette and how it eluded Darwin

"For the purposes of this book, technology will take a step further towards the invisile, crossing the line between fact and fiction, and conceive 'NanoCam' - the world's first camera capable of filming structures and events at the sub-micron or nano scale - including the scale of the wavelength of light." (pp.18-19)

“For the purposes of this book, technology will take a step further towards the invisile, crossing the line between fact and fiction, and conceive ‘NanoCam’ – the world’s first camera capable of filming structures and events at the sub-micron or nano scale – including the scale of the wavelength of light.” (pp.18-19)

NanoCam will capture "Never-before-seen events such as light waves crashing into molecules, molecules interacting during chemical reactions, and, right at its lower limits, electrons moving within their orbitals around the nuclei of atoms..."

NanoCam will capture “Never-before-seen events such as light waves crashing into molecules, molecules interacting during chemical reactions, and, right at its lower limits, electrons moving within their orbitals around the nuclei of atoms…”

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