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  • n. Plural form of nanocircuit.

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  • While traditional nanowires are notoriously difficult to connect with each other or conventional silicon electronics, Lieber's nanocircuits are essentially pre-wired.

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  • That type of organized behavior might also lead to ultrasmall environmental sensors or novel ways to bioengineer nanocircuits.

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  • Scientists who work with nanocircuits are enthusiastic about graphene because electrons meet with less resistance when they travel along graphene compared to silicon and because today's silicon transistors are nearly as small as allowed by the laws of physics.

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  • Now, the research team used TCNL to increase the temperature of reduced graphene oxide at the nanoscale, so they can draw graphene-like nanocircuits.

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  • The achievement paves the way for manufacturing reliable electronic nanocircuits at the ultra-small billionths of a meter scale, said Jie Liu, Duke's Jerry G. and Patricia Crawford Hubbard Professor of Chemistry, who headed the effort.

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  • MIT researchers have devised a way to use origami-like folding to create 3D structures, which may allow the creation of 3D nanocircuits.

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  • While seemingly archaic in a world of gigahertz and nanocircuits, the lowly battery hasn't just survived into the modern digital age, it powers it with promising new advancements.

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  • Finally plasmonic nanocircuits combine a large bandwidth with a high level of compaction and make plasmonic components promising for all-optical circuits.

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  • Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, have for the first time engineered 3-D materials that can reverse the natural direction of visible and near-infrared light, a development that could help form the basis for higher resolution optical imaging, nanocircuits for high-powered computers, and, to the delight of science-fiction and fant read more | digg story

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  • These nanostructures can be synthesized at such a high rate that the approach could be very useful for engineers who want to make nanocircuits. "

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