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August 7th, 2003
Tiny nanotubes set new record
A team of scientists claims to have produced the smallest free-standing single-walled carbon nanotube to date. The researchers, from Shinshu University and CNRI Corporation, Japan, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US, made a tube around 0.43 nm in diameter using an improved floating-reactant method.
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