NewsObtaining and observing single-molecule magnets on the
silica surface

3rd March 2020by admin0
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Following the latest research in the field of
obtaining single-molecule magnets (SMMs), scientists have taken
another step on the way toward obtaining super-dense magnetic
memories and molecular neural networks, in particular the
construction of auto-associative memories and multi-criterion
optimization systems operating as the model of the human brain.
Interestingly, this was achieved by using methods available in an
average chemical laboratory.

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