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March 3rd, 2003

Amino groups link up with carbon nanotubes

Abstract:
A team of scientists from Rice University, US, have come up with a new technique for attaching amino groups to the sidewalls of single-walled carbon nanotubes. They produced the functionalized nanotubes by reacting fluoronanotubes with terminal diamines.

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