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May 17th, 2004
Method eases nanowire manipulation
Maneuvering macro-scale material samples with a tweezers can be difficult enough, but for researchers who study at the nanoscale, moving materials easily into a particular position can be nearly impossible. Now a simple solution developed by an interdisciplinary group of faculty and students will enable researchers to get a handle - literally - on manipulating nanowires.
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