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August 18th, 2004

How to Assemble Building Blocks for Nanotechnology

Abstract:
University of Michigan researchers have discovered a way to self-assemble nanoparticles into wires, sheets, shells and other unusual structures using sticky patches that make the particles group themselves together in programmed ways. This method could be used to fabricate new materials and devices for nanotechnology. (more on earlier article)

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