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December 4th, 2003
Ion transport in nanotubes
The detection and manipulation of single biomolecules is a thriving area of research with potential diagnostic applications. To achieve this goal, however, it is critical to get a better understanding of the ionic transport mechanisms arising from the passage of biomolecules through nanoscale channels.
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