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December 16th, 2003

Materials Retain Useful Properties At Nanoscale

Abstract:
One of the materials that powers modern technology like medical ultrasound and nationwide cell phones has been discovered to retain its properties when present in extraordinarily tiny amounts. This discovery implies that this and other materials with similar properties may be valuable at nanoscale in the production of small, smart communications devices, tiny diagnostic instruments and nano-robots.

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