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September 8th, 2004
One of the great promises of nanotechnology is the potential to assemble astronomical numbers of transistors and switches using fast, inexpensive chemical processes.
Researchers have made prototypes of such nanoelectronic fabrics, but there is a vast gulf between being able to make arrays of nanoscale transistors and finding ways to wire them together to make computer chips.
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