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    Chemistry professor Martin Gruebele led a group that directly observed two-state dynamics in glassy silicon for the first time.

    Chemistry professor Martin Gruebele led a group that directly observed two-state dynamics in glassy silicon for the first time.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      Chemistry professor Martin Gruebele led a group that directly observed two-state dynamics in glassy silicon for the first time.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      A time-lapse video of an amorphous silicon surface. The lumps are clusters of about five atoms of silicon. The "hopping" motion of the lumps shows that a-Si is a glass.

      Video courtesy Martin Gruebele

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