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July 12th, 2004

Is Small Different? Not Necessarily Say Georgia Tech Researchers

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Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology and NASA suggest that materials on the nanoscale may sometimes be subject to the same physical rules as their macro-world counterparts. The findings provide an exception to the conventional scientific notion that objects small enough to be measured in nanometers behave according to different rules than larger objects.

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