NewsEngineering matter at the atomic level

25th May 2021by admin0
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As the miniaturization of technology continues,
scientists are seeking to engineer materials at the atomic level.
In Nature Communications, researchers from the RIKEN Cluster for
Pioneering Research and RIKEN Center for Advanced Photonics, along
with collaborators, report a dry transfer technique to position
optical quality carbon nanotubes in a precise way with no
solvent.

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