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A nanodumbell is a pair of spheres attached together that may be made of silica or zinc oxide.They have been used in a Purdue University experiment where they were made to spin in a vacuum at 60 billion rotations per minute.

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  • A nanodumbell is a pair of spheres attached together that may be made of silica or zinc oxide.They have been used in a Purdue University experiment where they were made to spin in a vacuum at 60 billion rotations per minute. (en)
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  • A nanodumbell is a pair of spheres attached together that may be made of silica or zinc oxide.They have been used in a Purdue University experiment where they were made to spin in a vacuum at 60 billion rotations per minute. (en)
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