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11/28/2012 07:01 AM EST
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kjdsfkjdshfkdshfvc   11/29/2012 3:01:08 PM
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they are talking nano scale production and so all this will be encased in a [flexable] package, perhaps University of Pennsylvania should take their work over to the UK plasics imitatives to get products based on this into commercial role to role production etc sooner rather than later. http://www.plusplasticelectronics.com/consumerelectronics/uk-offers-best-support-for-plastic-electronics-41324.aspx UK offers best support for plastic electronics Sara Ver-Bruggen - 16 Nov 2011 http://www.stfc.ac.uk/News+and+Events/5194.aspx Miniaturising electronics to the nanoscale http://source.theengineer.co.uk/materials-and-chemicals/plastic-microstructures-with-nanoscale-features-are-fabricated-at-greater-speed/2009271.article Plastic microstructures with nanoscale features are fabricated at greater speed March 2012 etc

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resistion   11/28/2012 2:13:25 PM
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Isn't selenium very toxic like sulfur? Yet these tend to be volatilized from selenides or sulfides, especially in oxygen exchange reactions.

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