An electron microscope could one day reveal the secrets of life on Earth, scientists say.
The Nobel Prize-winning scientist and his team are looking for molecules that can bind with carbon atoms.
The molecules could help solve a wide variety of problems on Earth and the universe.
A recent report by the US National Science Foundation and NASA said that a scanning tunneling microscope can identify tiny molecular bonds in water and other liquids and then see how they interact with one another.
The researchers say they can use this method to see what is going on inside a molecule.
The method is called electron spin resonance, or ESR.
The electron spins of water molecules are the same as those of hydrogen atoms, which is what is the source of the hydrogen bond, or bond.
The water molecule in question is a molecule called a water-carbon dioxide mixture, or WCC.
The carbon in the WCC binds to hydrogen in the water molecule, making it a carbon-carbon-carbon (CO+) compound.
It’s a good way to understand the molecular structure of water.
But this isn’t the only way the researchers can study water.
In a recent paper, the scientists also used ESR to study the structure of a molecule of water called the H2O molecule.
The H2 O molecule is a carbon and hydrogen atom that binds to oxygen, making the molecule a carbon with two hydrogen atoms.
“It’s a really neat trick to use to really explore the nature of water,” said Ehrhardt Stolz, a professor of chemical engineering at Harvard University and the paper’s lead author.
“The water we see in nature is the same water we can’t see, which means we don’t understand how it works.
But it is very easy to see how it’s made and how it functions.”
The researchers say this allows them to make important predictions about water chemistry and chemistry at large.
Stolzz says they have found hints that some water molecules have been made by an unusual chemical reaction.
“The water is just made of carbon atoms and hydrogen atoms and water molecules, but these are all made by some kind of special reaction,” he said.
“It’s very hard to understand exactly what it is.
It seems to be a very unusual reaction.”
The scientists are working on a model to determine exactly what is happening at the atomic level.
It will allow them to predict the properties of molecules and how they will interact with each other in the future.
“You’re looking at these very complex interactions, and we’re trying to figure out how they’re interacting,” Stolzy said.
“There are a lot of possibilities.
It could be this chemical reaction where water and oxygen are reacting together, and it could be some other way.
The whole process could be a kind of ‘green chemistry,’ where you can predict the structure and the chemistry of molecules.”
It’s not the only exciting discovery in this research.
Researchers in the US and Europe are also looking for carbon in other molecules to study their properties.
The new work is part of a long-term research project that has been led by Ehrard Stolzi, a Nobel Laureate in chemistry, and his wife, Julia.
The research is funded by the National Science Fund and the National Institutes of Health.