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December 17th, 2003

IBM exploits self-assembly to make nanocrystal memory

Researchers at IBM, US, have used self-assembly of polymer molecules to make a FLASH memory device. The scientists combined the technique with conventional semiconductor processing methods to create an array of silicon nanocrystals each with a diameter of around 20 nm.


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