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March 31st, 2003

Moto lab builds 4-Mbit 'nanocrystal' memory

Abstract:
Using conventional silicon deposition techniques, Motorola engineers have built a 4-Mbit nonvolatile memory based on small islands of silicon measuring 50 angstroms in diameter. [more on earlier story]

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