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April 27th, 2004

Sandia may have nanotech answer

Abstract:
The National Nuclear Security Administration's Sandia Laboratories in New Mexico may have solved a nanotechnology puzzle about the assembly of nanocrystals. Nanotechnologists have been looking for a simple, inexpensive way of self-assembling nanocrystals into robust orderly arrangements, each separated from the next by an insulating layer of silicon dioxide. More

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