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April 2nd, 2003
NIST, HP Move Toward Critical Molecular Electronics Measurements
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology and Hewlett Packard Laboratories will report this week that they are progressing toward reliable methods for measuring the electrical behavior of molecular electronic devices, an infant nanotechnology eyed for future integrated circuits.
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