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Name: Laurie M.
Status: Student
Age: 15
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Date: October 2002


Question:
What practical applications might such nano-sized spheres or tubes have in the future?



Replies:
Way too large a topic to cover here!!!! Check out http://www.nanozine.com/ a magazine dedicated to the subject. Also search "nano technology" on www.google.com and you will find an enormous amount of info at any level of sophistication you choose.

Vince Calder



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