Allowing Components to Self Assemble Nanoscale Patterns Using a technique known as self assembly, researchers have found a way to create high-quality repeating patterns with features just ten nanometers across.
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Allowing Components to Self Assemble Nanoscale Patterns

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Allowing Components to Self Assemble Nanoscale Patterns

Allowing Components to Self Assemble Nanoscale Patterns

Allowing Components to Self Assemble Nanoscale Patterns

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Using a technique known as self assembly, researchers have found a way to create high-quality repeating patterns with features just ten nanometers across.

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Rachel Segalman, Charles Wilke assistant professor of chemical engineering at the University of California, Berkeley