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July 27th, 2005

Limits of self-assembly for nanotechnology

Abstract:
Christine Peterson: Robert F. Service writes an accessible summary in Science on How Far Can We Push Self-Assembly? On the current achievements of chemists using covalent bonding: “Using that trick, they have learned to combine as many as 1000 atoms into essentially any molecular configuration they please.”

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