NewsReplicating surfaces, right down to a fraction of an
atom

30th November 2020by admin0
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The ability to replicate materials at the atomic level
has attracted significant attention from materials scientists.
However, the current technology is limited by a number of factors.
Udo Schwarz, professor of mechanical engineering & materials
science and department chair, has recently published two papers on
research that could significantly open up what’s possible within
this emerging field. His methods include a process that can
replicate a surface’s features to details of less than one 10
billionth of a meter, or less 1/20th the diameter of an
atom.

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