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March 23rd, 2005
Researchers from the University of California at Los Angeles and the Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials Company have devised a potentially low-cost, high-speed nonvolatile memory from polystyrene and gold nanoparticles.
The memory can be easily manufactured from inexpensive materials, making it potentially much cheaper than today's flash memory chips.
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