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April 23rd, 2003
Nanowire array manufacturing becoming a 'Snap'
Researchers at the California Nanosystems Institute have devised a precise way to create nanowire arrays using a standard semiconductor process-molecular beam epitaxy-to make the metal wires. Earlier story here
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