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February 27th, 2006

Self-assembling Nano Corrals

Abstract:
Researchers in Canada have demonstrated that quantum corrals, fencelike collections of atoms or molecules that encircle other atoms and modify their properties, can form readily through self-assembly. The study deepens understanding of basic surface chemistry and may lead to new methods for constructing molecular electronics devices.

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