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January 12th, 2004

Self-organized Metal Islands & Light at Nanoscale

Abstract:
2 stories in this DOE Pulse - Pulse is a newsletter about accomplishments at the Department of Energy's
national laboratories: "Growth of self-organized metal islands" and "Researchers manipulate light at nanoscale."

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