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April 11th, 2003
Nanoflowers blossom in place of nanotubes
Scientists at the National Institute for Materials Science in Japan have made nanoflowers of molybdenum sulphide (MoS2). The flowers contained tens to hundreds of petals several nanometres thick and were excellent field emitters.
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