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May 2nd, 2006

Diamond mechanosynthesis modeled on 200-atom surface

Abstract:
Christine Peterson: Using over 100,000 CPU hours, a Zyvex/IMM/Georgia Tech team including the familiar-to-Nanodot names of Robert Freitas, Ralph Merkle, Jim Von Ehr, and John Randall — along with soon-to-be-familiar co-authors Jingping Peng and George Skidmore — have modeled the mechanosynthesis of diamond onto a 200-atom surface.

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