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Nanotech - zero dimensional fullerene
Not really a physics junkie, and I think this is a chemistry question, but since there's no chemistry.stackexchange.com (yet) I think here is the best place. I was just reading up on nanotech and ...
Jan 24 '12 at 3:25
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