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May 1st, 2003

IBM's nanotubes yield smallest solid-state emitter

Abstract:
IBM Research's said its carbon nanotube technology has enabled the world's smallest solid-state emitter and the first electrically-controlled single-molecule light emitter. The light-emitting nanotube (LEN) operates in the important 1.5-micron range, portending optical communications on silicon chips with integrated 1.4-nm diameter LENs.

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