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June 9th, 2004
UO researchers learn to precisely control nanoparticle spacing
Another puzzle solved: University of Oregon researchers at the Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute (ONAMI) are now able to control precisely the spacing between nanoparticles, a key advance in the genesis of a new class of nanoscale electronics and optics. An article published in Langmuir, the American Chemical Society's surface science journal, details the process developed by UO chemistry professor James E. ("Jim") Hutchison with two of his students, Gerd H. Woehrle and Marvin G. Warner.