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January 24th, 2003

Rotaxane molecules store data

Abstract:
Scientists from ISMN and the UK's Edinburgh University have made data-storage devices that use thin films of rotaxane molecules. They scanned the films with an atomic force microscope (AFM), creating a pattern of dots to store the information.

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