The Important of Chemistry in Computer Technology

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The Importance of Chemistry in Computer Technology

Chemistry is the branch of science that deals with the study of the nature, properties, and composition of matter, transformation of energy, and how these undergo changes. The simple fact is that chemistry plays an important role in human’s life from the moment we’re born. It usually begins from the first thing each morning. Most people wake up to an alarm or radio. These common household items contain batteries, which make them very chemically dependent. These batteries contain positive and negative electrodes which is also all about chemistry. It also plays an important role in the discovery and understanding of materials contained in these and many other common household items. Things like electronic gadgets like computers. Yes, computer. Are they really related with one another? Just what I was read before, an article about a chemistry research which could produce a faster computer: Experts have been working for many years to understand how to work with electronic material produced on an increasingly small scale. In the emerging field of nano-science and nano-technologies it is important for scientists to be able to control the structure and bonding of molecules that are used in creating small scale electronic components for products such as computers. Scientists have succeeded in imaging and forming a unique bond between a single gold atom and a single organic molecule called a pentacene. They managed to bind the atom to the pentacene and take images of rearrangements of the electrons participating in the formation of the chemical bond. The pentacene has been selected as it is a special class of molecule that has qualities of particular use in molecular electronics. The gold atom is a metal atom that attracts an extra electron. This new experiment will allow us to control the arrangement and shape of chemical bonds and to gain new insight into making contact with a...
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