Physicists finally measure a long theoretical molecule made of light and matter

Physicists have just captured light that forms the part of “glue” between atoms, in a sort of loosely bound molecule. “We have for the first time succeeded in polarizing different atoms together in a controlled manner, creating a measurable attraction between them,” say University of Innsbruck physicist Matthias Sonnleitner. Atoms bond in different ways to …

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