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Data Storage at the Single Molecule Level

News   Dec 07, 2017 | Original story from Kiel University

 
Data Storage at the Single Molecule Level

The tip of the STM (yellow) assumes the role of a hard drive's reading and writing head for the molecule attached to the copper nitride surface (black). Credit: Manuel Gruber

 
 
 

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