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Date:10/19/2011

(the parameter that describes diffusive motion) obtained by the two techniques agreed with each other providing the first experimental confirmation of the ergodic theorem in this context. The next step will be to examine systems in which the theory does not apply. "The diffusion of nanoparticles in cells looks like an interesting example," says Bruchle, "and for us the important thing is to find out why the ergodic theorem doesn't hold in this case."

The project in Munich was carried out under the support of the Cluster of Excellence "Nanosystems Initiative Munich" (NIM) and DFG Priority Program 749 (Dynamics and Intermediate Molecular Transformations), while the work in Leipzig was supported by the DFG as part of Research Unit 877 (From Local Constraints to Macroscopic Transport). (gd)


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Contact: Dr. Kathrin Bilgeri
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