Tae-Hee Lee and Robert M. Dickson
Metallic nanoclusters ranging from 1 nanometer to approximately 100 nanometers in size exhibit size tunable electrical and optical properties that may offer ways to make computers run faster. In particular, the combination of elevated stability, robustness and ease of fabrication makes the concept of nanocomputing based on electroluminescent silver nanoclusters an appealing possibility.
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