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Sophisticated Nano-structures Assembled With Magnets


February 18, 2009

uniform clusters of micron-scaled particles As shapes in the natural world, Saturn and flowers are similar. Now, at the nanoscale, researchers from Duke University and the University of Massachusetts have created a unique set of conditions in which tiny particles within a solution will consistently assemble themselves into these and other complex shapes. Full Story

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