Gilding The Ultimate ChipOtis Port
THE GOLD NUGGETS BEING EXTRACTED BY these Purdue University researchers (picture) are far too tiny to be seen by the naked eye. But they could be pay dirt for chipmakers in the future. Each contains only about 500 atoms of gold. It would take a string of 250,000 of these nanonuggets to span the head of a pin.
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