Molecular Memory: Carbon-nanotube device stores data in molecules

11:21am, September 17, 2003

If all goes according to some researchers' plans, organic molecules will replace silicon as the workhorses in electronic devices. Edging toward that goal, chemists at the University of California, Los Angeles have fabricated a memory device in which data are stored in organic molecules connected to a carbon nanotube.

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