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October 31st, 2003
Logic and memory shown on molecular scale
Rice University researchers have demonstrated that molecule-sized electronic devices can be used for both logic and memory, despite being randomly wired, error-prone and inaccurately formed at the nanoscale. “The dream of making memory and logic by programming disordered nanosized arrays via micron-sized addresses is now a reality,” said Rice professor James Tour.
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