Home > News > Self-assembly could usher in mass production of nanotube devices
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. “A self-assembly strategy has been adapted by biological systems for billions of years,” Seunghun Hong, who is now at Seoul National University."
Effects of Carbon Nanotubes Studied on Pregnant Mothers April 12th, 2014
Nanotech Business Review 2013-2014 April 9th, 2014
Scientists Succeed in Simultaneous Determination of Acetaminophen, Codeine in Drug Samples April 9th, 2014
Rebar technique strengthens case for graphene: Rice University lab makes hybrid nanotube-graphene material that promises to simplify manufacturing April 7th, 2014