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January 26th, 2005

Nanotechnology: the physics of the very small

Abstract:
The laws of physics behave differently at very small scales. At the nanoscale, electrons travel more quickly through wires, transistors can mete out electrons one at a time, objects stick to each other, and light can bend matter.

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