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March 25th, 2003
Nec tries to grab the fuel cell market by the carbon nanohorns
Twelve years after NEC Corp.'s Sumio Iijima discovered the carbon nanotube, the company's fuel cells - powered by a variant called the carbon nanohorn - are getting ready to power portable devices.
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