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May 14th, 2003
Carbon nanotubes team up for single-electron inverter
Scientists in Japan have made a single-electron inverter based on multiwalled carbon nanotubes. The researchers, from the RIKEN Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, Chiba University, and the Tokyo Institute of Technology, used argon irradiation to create tunnel barriers in the nanotubes.
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