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May 30th, 2003

Electroless encapsulation perks up nanotube devices

Abstract:
Scientists in Germany claim to have come up with a new way of growing single-walled carbon nanotubes that are contacted in situ. The work, by Infineon Technologies and the Technical University of Dresden, gave record conductances of up to 16 ÁS per single nanotube device.

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