Smallest Single Molecule Electric Motor

Posted by Ujagar Singh on 07 Sep 2011 08:35 AM

Single molecule engines have been used for years. Tufts researchers, have evolve a new method that uses a low temperature scanning tunneling microscope to power and control the molecule. This technology can be used for lab-on-a-chip devices, miniature medical testing equipment that require a motor to push fluid through tiny pipes. The researchers feel that practical application is likely to take some more time.

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