Thursday, October 06, 2005

The World's Smallest Fountain Pen

"Researchers have created the world's smallest fountain pen with a tip so tiny it can draw lines a hundred times thinner than a red blood cell.



Called the 'nanonfountain probe,' it can paint lines as thin as 40 nanometers and has its own reservoir to hold various types of inks, including pigments for painting patterns and organic materials for designing sensors.

Existing nano-pens use the same type of inks, but cannot hold an ink supply and must be dipped into the ink."

2 comments:

  1. Anonymous11:06 PM

    Check out the mini fountain pen at JetPens

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  2. I want to surprise my wife with a new indoor water fountain for our anniversary. That is how I found your post. I am really interested in Indoor Waterfall and need to continue doing some research. Thanks for the info. All the best.

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