Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Nanotubes Grow Smaller than a Nanometer

There is some new interesting research articles in Scientific American and physorg.com

Nanotubes Grow Smaller than a Nanometer

As it is, nanotubes are tiny. But researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have found a way to make these carbon structures even smaller

"We now have control of an important nanoscale building block, which we can now incorporate into all kinds of devices," says Tom Yuzvinsky

Continue reading at sciam.com

Charting New Nanomemory
University of Arkansas physicists seeking to better understand the properties of ferroelectric materials at the nanoscale have discovered previously unknown properties.
Ferroelectric materials have invaded the everyday lives of most people – they populate watches, smart cards, television remotes and medical ultrasound devices. Because of those important properties, scientists want to be able to use these materials at the nanoscale, but researchers know very little about how these materials work.

Continue reading at physorg.com

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