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January 28th, 2004

Self-assembly technique shines even if flash device was for show

Abstract:
Chances are, consumers will never see IBM’s nanocrystal flash memory on the marketplace. But the self-assembly technique used for making the nanocrystals could become a cornerstone - and a building block - in Big Blue’s future miniaturized computing components.

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