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March 14th, 2003
Nanotech May Give Lenses and Mirrors New Shine
Scientists say that nano-engineered mirrors could be used in lithography, to shape the light beams used to etch transistors onto silicon chips. Optical switching and signal attenuation in telecommunications are other possible applications.
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