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March 7th, 2003
UCLA Chemists Report New Method for Producing Carbon Nanoscrolls
UCLA chemists report a room-temperature chemical method for producing a new form of carbon called carbon nanoscrolls. Nanoscrolls are closely related to the much touted carbon nanotubes - which may have numerous industrial applications - but have significant advantages over them.
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