You can use mechanosynthesis using dry reactions or semi wet reactions, such as diamondoid, fullerene, or silicates of some sort, or, you can also try to
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, Sep 29, 2008
You can use mechanosynthesis using "dry" reactions or "semi wet" reactions, such as diamondoid, fullerene, or silicates of some sort, or, you can also try to use an electrical pathway, such as controlled electrostatic fields of force.
--- On Sun, 9/28/08, Erica A Ramsey <erica.ramsey2000@...> wrote:
From: Erica A Ramsey <erica.ramsey2000@...> Subject: [CRNtalk] Non-Natural Assemblers To: CRNtalk@yahoogroups.com Date: Sunday, September 28, 2008, 10:39 PM
why is it that nano assemblers use DNA type chemical assemblers? Is it
not possible to create a nano assembler that does not use natural-dna-
type assembly? How would one go about creating a total non-biological
type nano assembler using only some kind of electronic means?
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