Issue Date: December 13, 2004
SINGLE-MOLECULE MAGNETS EVOLVE
One of the most pressing technology needs today is to find more efficient ways to store and process digital information. There are a couple of possibilities: One is to squeeze more data onto storage devices by making currently used magnetic nanoparticles even smaller. Another is to develop fundamentally different ways to process information, such as quantum-based computing. For any of these potential applications, the use of chemistry to develop new materials will be critical. That's . . .
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