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September 8th, 2003

Carbon nanotubes give out a steady glow

Abstract:
Researchers from the University of Rochester in the US and Siegen University in Germany have used single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy to study single-walled carbon nanotubes. Unlike most other molecules and nanocrystals such as quantum dots, the nanotubes fluoresced with a steady intensity and frequency, bringing the possibility of their application as stable infrared photon sources.

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