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March 31st, 2006
A nanoscale welding technique has been developed by sparking high-temperature chemical reactions inside “nanopores”. The technique could ultimately be used to weld together nanoscale components and could also lend itself to nanoscopic chemistry experiments, say the researchers.
"Instead of just making a wire or a tube like lots of nanotechnology projects, we wanted to actually try and do some chemistry," says Christiaan Richter of Northeastern University.
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