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Molecular Assemblers

 
Molecular Assemblers

Molecular Assemblers



Until recently, nanotechnology has been relatively limited in the complexity of the constructed product. Engineers have been able to manufacture simple objects using nano particles or to coat existing objects with nano particles. Recently scientists have been able to cause silver nanoparticles to self-assemble into specific structures.
Such developments have made the possibility of 'molecular assemblers' more of a realistic proposition. Molecular Assemblers, frequently encountered in science fiction, are machines that would use nano-technology to quickly construct almost any object. In fiction, molecular assemblers often take the form of food vending machines.


   

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