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April 29th, 2004

Nano-Tech Researcher Seeks Electronic Eraser

Abstract:
Electronic paper may be the next killer app, but in all the excitement one question has not been clearly answered: How do you erase it? University of Arizona chemist Jeanne Pemberton presented an answer at the recent 2004 American Chemical Society annual meeting. To discover what makes electronic paper erasable, Pemberton had to study the interface of the ink and the tablet at the nano-scale level.

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