In a recent experiment, carried out at temperatures near absolute zero, the scientists show how electrons through their so-called 'spin' establish a quantum mechanic cohesion and thereby help each other through the molecule in the nano-transistor.
This achievement is not only a breakthrough in the fundamental research of nanotechnology; it also influences the development of tomorrow's electronics, e.g. future super-fast quantum-computers.
The result is attained through an international collaboration with physicists from Harvard University and Universität Karlsruhe, and are published in Nature on the 4th of July 2006.
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