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July 16th, 2003
Gel Yields Nanotube Plastic
Researchers from Japan Science and Technology Corp, Kyoto University in Japan, and the Japanese National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology have found a way to distribute nanotubes evenly throughout a gel to form an electrically versatile material.
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