Membranes and Nanotubes : Progress on Universally Programmable Intelligent Matter UPIM Report 4 Technical Report UT-CS-02-495

@inproceedings{MacLennan2002MembranesAN,
  title={Membranes and Nanotubes : Progress on Universally Programmable Intelligent Matter UPIM Report 4 Technical Report UT-CS-02-495},
  author={Bruce J. MacLennan},
  year={2002}
}
We demonstrate how combinatory molecular computation allo ws parallel selfassembly of several kinds of nanomembranes and nanotubes. O ne such nanomembrane is a square grid constructed of cross-linked horizont al and vertical chains. We show that a relatively minor change causes it to self-assemb le into a nanotube with the same cross-linked structure. A second nanomembrane is a mon olayer arranged in a hexagonal grid. 1 Cross-linked Membranes 1.1 General Grid Construction Our goal is to… CONTINUE READING

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