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June 19th, 2003

Prefab key to molecular memory

Abstract:
It is one thing to put together a device that works. It is another matter entirely to reliably manufacture thousands of them. This is one of the challenges facing researchers working on nanodevices -- electrical and mechanical components whose sizes range down to the atomic scale.

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