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they can accomplish anything without being able to grab parts and put them in
place. Chemists, in effect, work with their hands tied behind their backs.
Molecular manufacturing can be termed "positional chemistry" or "positional
synthesis," and ...
Ponder combines chemistry and computer science with an overall engineering
approach: "I'm kind of a hybrid. I spend about half my time doing experiments and
about half my time writing computer programs and doing computational work.
While the physicist-led team at U. Brob was finishing its work on the AFM-based
molecular manipulator, a chemist-led team at the University of Lilliput was
working furiously. They saw the U. Brob desktop machine as too large and its
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The Molecular World
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