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January 23rd, 2003
Carbon nanotubes, expected by many to form the building blocks of future nanoelectronics, are being investigated for their use in a wide array of switching, sensing and actuation applications. A new study of carbon nanotube flow sensors now adds electricity generation to this growing list of potential uses.
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