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adatom

[′ad‚ad·əm]
(physical chemistry)
An atom adsorbed on a surface so that it will migrate over the surface.
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Suddenly, almost every adatom started to move back and forth along the titanium row.
GLAD combines a collimated vapor stream, low adatom mobility, and computer-controlled substrate motion to form columnar thin films that can be sculpted into a variety of nanostructures, including vertically aligned nanorods, helices, and chevrons.
Self-shadowing also implied that the newly deposited and weakly bound atoms, or adatom, mobility was significantly low and provided a means to help engineer the morphology by finding a means to either increase or decrease the mobility.
Backed by a client list featuring AT&T, SeaLand, and Internet ventures like CMGI and Internet superstore Adatom.
Li Yuanhao," stated Richard Barton, President and CEO of Adatom, Inc.
Notably, Adatom has received a Certificate of Approval from the Chinese government for its exclusive partnership with Yangling.
The agreement to purchase the stock was made between Adatom.
Adatom, which already has more than a half dozen other similar accords with key Chinese government and private enterprises, recently launched a global marketplace on the Internet - AdatomChina.
NASDAQ: ADTM), creator, enabler and operator of electronic marketplaces, today announced it has engaged Lanzet Global Securities Corporation of New York to assist raising capital in the United States and overseas market for some or all of the China joint ventures to which Adatom is a party.
Richard Barton, President, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Adatom.
Adatom believes it is well positioned to take a significant role in the potentially high-growth agricultural trade anticipated between the U.