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June 16th, 2003

Geraniums the key to cheap nanoparticles

Abstract:
Geraniums are the key to a new cheap and clean way of producing gold nanoparticles. The researchers who discovered the plant's surprising property hope their process will provide building blocks for the tiny machines being developed by nanotechnologists.

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New Scientist

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