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McGill, Sandia make world's smallest electronic circuit

12/08, 11:05am

Smallest circuit is based on Coulomb Drag theory

Researchers at Canada's McGill University and New Mexico's Sandia National Laboratories are developing the smallest electronic circuit. Published in Nature Nanotechnology, it consists of just two wires which are separated by 15 nanometers, or about 150 atoms. The circuit relies on a principle called Coulomb Drag.

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