Most Miniature Ball Game Ever

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blog details: I hate scientists, seriously! They always find solutions to every damn problem, which is messing up my excuses. For example, back when I was a nerd, I avoided ball games by saying I didn’t want to get hit in the face. But now they’ve created digital ball games, and I had to devise a new excuse to avoid them. And guess what? Those smart scientists have gone even further and made the tiniest ball game ever, where the ball can never hit you! So now I’ve got to update my excuse again. Do you know how small they are? They are an atom. Yes, you heard it right. Scientists are playing the game of balls with just a ball of a single atom. Come along; we will take you through the journey and follow up on my commentary about the game. The players are known as Optical tweezers. Have you ever heard of optical tweezers? It uses the focused laser beam to hit, move or trap the atoms, molecules and nanoparticles. When the light hits the particle, it gets refracted; meaning it bends and changes its direction. When doing so, it transfers its energy to the particle it hits. This is how the optical tweezers work. It has found its application from nanotechnology to biophysics. These worked at a single molecular level. Now these are our players for today. Stay focused as the game now begins.

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