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Ohio University researchers have created the world's smallest electrical wire. This wire, called a superconductor, actually is four pairs of organic salt molecules and is less than 1 nanometer wide.

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JAFO

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Mar 31, 2010
 
WOW !!

A few years back I got to hear a presentation about nanotechnology and its uses in both the medical and technical fields....it was both interesting and amazing.
hanksky

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Mar 31, 2010
 
WOW!!!! how interesting? is there a limit to the number of volts that can pass thru?

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