Toward Mechanosynthesis of Diamondoid Structures: V. Silicon as the Material of Choice for Preliminary Implementation of Intermediate Generation of Nano-Machine Systems
Using recently introduced by Drexler "lattice-scaled modulus" Klm, two potential nano-materials were compared, i.e., silicon and diamond. Detailed comparisons of physical and chemical properties have shown that silicon can be considered as the material of choice for a preliminary implementation of intermediate generation of nano-systems.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 2010
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