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April 17th, 2003
Nanosprings jump into place
Researchers from Washington State University and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, both in the US, have accidentally discovered a way of making helical silica nanosprings. The springs could have applications in composites, and nanomechanical and nanoelectromagnetic devices.
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