Argonne National Laboratory, a division of the U.S. Dept. of Energy, is expanding its research into nanotechnologies by developing a process for the mass production of nano-sized metal alloys catalysts. Argonne's goal is to produce on a large scale particles in the range of one to 10 nanometers across. Current technology is limited to producing clusters of atoms from three to several hundred nanometers in diameter. The attraction of being able to produce catalysts on the nano-scale is ...

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