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December 15th, 2003
Progress is seen in carbon nanotube production
Emerging methods to produce carbon nanotubes, which have potential applications in fields as varied as molecular electronics and performance materials, are generating considerable excitement in the scientific community. Scientists worldwide are conducting extensive research on these carbon forms, which are excellent conductors and provide useful strength and electrical properties.
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