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August 10th, 2004

Two Fundamental Nanotechnology Problems Solved

Abstract:
Two pioneer activities have made the Karlsruhe team, Frank Hennrich, Ralph Krupke, Marcel Mayor, and Heiko Weber, famous among fellow specialists worldwide in recent years: they have developed a long sought-after method for the separation of tiny carbon tubes which play an important role in nanotechnology. They have also succeeded in measuring the electric current through individual organic molecules. Working together systematically, the Karlsruhe team has solved two fundamental problems which impact the entire domain of nanotechnology.

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