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October 21st, 2004
Nanotechnology specialist QuantumSphere has developed technology that eventually could help heat homes - or blow them up.
The San Diego, Calif.-based start-up has created a manufacturing process for producing small, stable metallic particles that consist of only a few atoms. By reducing the number of atoms per particle, manufacturers can better exploit the inherent properties of these elements in chemical reactions.
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