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July 29th, 2003

Carbon nanotube chain mail

Abstract:
Researchers from the University of Texas at Dallas have come up with a new fiber four times tougher than spider silk or twenty times more than steel. And what is the key ingredient? ScienCentral News has the answer: carbon nanotubes. The researchers think that this fiber, which is easy to sew, could be integrated into lightweight military uniforms, protecting soldiers and giving them electronic connections. But as the author points out, there is one major obstacle, price. (more on earlier story)

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