Methods of chemically assembled electronic nanotechnology circuit fabrication

 

In United States Patent No. 7,064,000. Issued June 20, 2006

Seth Copen Goldstein and Daniel L. Rosewater

July, 2004

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@misc{patent06,
  author = {Goldstein, Seth Copen and Rosewater, Daniel L.},
  title = {Methods of chemically assembled electronic nanotechnology
     circuit fabrication},
  howpublished = {United States Patent No. 7,064,000. Issued June 20,
     2006},
  month = {July},
  year = {2004},
  url = {http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~seth/papers/patent06.pdf},
  keywords = {Molecular Electronics,Two-Terminal Devices},
  abstract = {Chemically assembled electronic nanotechnology (CAEN)
     provides an alternative to using Complementary Metal Oxide
     Semiconductor (CMOS) for constructing circuits with feature sizes
     in the tens of nanometers. A molecular latch and a method using
     the latch that enables it to act as a state holding device,
     perform voltage restoration, and to provide I/O isolation is
     disclosed.},
  url = {http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~seth/papers/patent06.pdf}
}

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