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May 17th, 2007

Nanoscience creates world's smallest book

Abstract:
Physicists at the nano imaging laboratory of Simon Fraser University in Canada have created a 0.07mm x 0.10mm book using a focused-gallium-ion beam.

"It is primarily a work of art - we are using it as just a fun project," said Professor Karen Kavanagh said. "In order to read it, you have to have an electron microscope."

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