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September 25, 2006

Nanomushroom (Image 4)

Nanomushroom (Image 4)

A field of nanowires grown by the Electron Transfer Group at New Mexico State University. Researchers grow many types of nanostructures, some for their intrinsic properties, and others as tools. Researchers in the transfer group grow their nanowires to help probe the electron transfer properties of organic molecules.

To learn more about research at the Electron Transfer Group, visit their Web site. (Date of Image: April 28, 2003) [One of 3 related images. See Next Image.]

Credit: Credit Pavel Takmakov, Ivan Vlassiuok and Sergei Smirnov

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