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April 3rd, 2003

Liquid Crystals Go 3D

Abstract:
Researchers from Sheffield University in England and the University of Pennsylvania have unlocked some of the secrets of shapes that are neither solid nor liquid, but somewhere between. They have also discovered a type of liquid crystal that is bigger than any known before.

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