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April 15th, 2003
Nanometer-thick clay may yield groundbreaking technology
An ultrathin film containing 1-nanometer thick clay particles has been created for the first time, an accomplishment that may yield new materials and devices for medicine, electronics and engineering, according to Purdue University and Belgian scientists.
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