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July 30th, 2004

ASU researchers demonstrate new nanotech effect

Abstract:
A team of researchers at Arizona State University has demonstrated the ability to move water molecules by light -- a phenomenon they believe could have widespread use in analytical chemistry and possibly pharmaceutical research. The ASU researchers discovered an amplification effect of the surface change in water contact angles through nanotechnology.

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