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April 10th, 2003
Cast of thousands
The ability to make nanotubes from a variety of inorganic semiconducting materials opens exciting opportunities in nanoelectronics and related fields. Most existing fabrication techniques, however, produce nanotubes with poor crystallinity, limiting their performance. A new technique used to make single-crystal nanotubes of gallium nitride could help overcome such limitations.
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