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March 29, 2011
  Copper based ICs have reached nano-meter densities, with wire so small, that no current seizes to flow. The University of Cambridge professors John Robertson and Santiago Esconjauregui have devised a possible future solution. They are growing Carbon Nanotube in greater density than ever before, up to 5 times the most current working technology.   Through the annealing step, the deposit of catalyst onto a substrate are heated creating groupings of nanoparticles. The next step grows ...

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