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March 24th, 2003
CFM chooses materials for lightweight nanotube-based composites
A microscopy technique originally developed to image the molecular-scale topography of surfaces is now helping engineers choose the right materials for a new generation of lightweight high-strength composites based on carbon nanotubes.
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