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October 28th, 2003

Nanoxerography sets the pattern

Researchers at the University of Minnesota, US, have used nanoxerography to print patterns of nanoparticles onto charged surfaces with a resolution as good as 100 nm. The team used a liquid-phase technique to assemble particles of iron, iron oxide and carbon and a gas-phase technique to handle silver and gold nanoparticles.


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