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September 10th, 2003

Group Successfully Controls Electric Conductivity of Carbon Nanotube

A joint research group, comprised of Tohoku University Professor Iwasa's research group, Sony Corp. (TSE: 6758), Tokyo Metropolitan University researcher Kataura's group, and Japan Science and Technology Corporation, has succeeded in controlling the electric conductivity of a carbon nanotube by inserting various types of organic molecules inside the nanotube.


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