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December 16th, 2003

Semiconducting nanotubes show high mobility

Abstract:
Scientists at the University of Maryland, US, have found that semiconducting carbon nanotubes have a mobility higher than that of any known material at room temperature. The researchers believe the nanotubes hold great promise for replacing conventional semiconductor materials in applications such as computer chips and biochemical sensors.

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