This technology utilizes the Lorenz Force interactions of
light fields with the dipole moment of atoms to first cool, then
impose coherence upon a stream of isotopically purified atoms.
These forces are subsequently used to direct the deposition of
the coherent atom beam, creating semiconductor and nano-devices
of micron to sub-micron sizes upon appropriate substrates with
virtual atomic control.
This technology uses the precise control of the tuned light
field, amplitude, phase, polarization and dimensions through the
incorporation of Computer Generated Holographic Optical Elements.
Used in conjunction with other optical and diffractive elements
these directly manipulate the energy states of the individual
atoms in the fabrication steps, thus determining their exact bond
sites and energies.
Patents have been applied for and are pending on this and
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