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nanotechnology ragged edge graphene nanoassembler

Posted by treonsverdery , 20 July 2016 · 1,045 views

nanoassmebler nanotechnology graphene borene

That there are numerous supporters of nanotechnology cheers me.

 

another nanoassembler technology idea

 

um, think of graphene, then fold the graphene till it snaps; then the graphene has a ragged edge; the thing is what if graphene were made of something other than hexagons like heptagons and octogons and possibly 3 or 4 carbon structures (although these are nonstable /_\ [ ]) then the raggedy edge would have fine, predictable structure that fine, predictable, monoatomic structure could be used to motion atoms or give atoms to a construction, so folded novel geometry graphene (or borene) could prodcue customized atom giver or implement shapes.

 

think of a sphere rolling through a maze, at every corner it picks up an atom from the ragged edge novel geometry graphene; it rolls on determined course, building up a particular new molecule, so that is a kind of geometry programmed molecular assembly






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