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May 22nd, 2003
The wire's on the wall for 3D nanostructures
Scientists from NASA Ames Research Center, San Jose State University and Eloret Corporation, all in the US, have made quasi-3D nanostructures from zinc oxide. The structures consisted of nanowires grown on top of a random pattern of thin nanowalls.
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