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Membranes and Nanotubes: Progress on Universally Programmable Intelligent Matter - UPIM Report 4

Bruce J. MacLennan

We demonstrate how combinatory molecular computation allows parallel selfassembly of several kinds of nanomembranes and nanotubes. One such nanomembrane is a square grid constructed of cross-linked horizontal and vertical chains. We show that a relatively minor change causes it to self-assemble into a nanotube with the same cross-linked structure. A second nanomembrane is a monolayer arranged in a hexagonal grid.

Published  2002-12-01 05:00:00  as  ut-cs-02-495 (ID:241)


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