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September 4th, 2003
Self-assembly could usher in mass production of nanotube devices
Researchers from Florida State University, US, have induced single-walled carbon nanotubes to self-assemble by laying down patterns of molecules on a surface. The technique could have applications in wafer-scale manufacturing of nanotube-based devices. ďA self-assembly strategy has been adapted by biological systems for billions of years,Ē Seunghun Hong, who is now at Seoul National University."
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