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April 7th, 2003

2010 Nanospace Odyssey

Abstract:
As Chemistry and Physics at one borderline and Chemistry and Biology at the other begin to become indistinguishable, multidisciplinary research is leading to the fascinating “new” field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (N&N – not to be confused with M&M). Ingenious strategies for the creation of molecules with complex exactly-specified structures with function are being developed – basically molecules that do things. In fact N&N may be considered “Frontier Chemistry of the 21st Century”. (PDF)

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