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December 18th, 2003
Kanpur lab develops new carbon products
VS Tripathi, in charge of the carbon research, said another scientific revolution was expected in the development of carbon nano-materials such as fullerene, nano-tubes and nano-wires. In the area of fullerene preparation, purification and derivatisation research is being carried out all over the world. Preparation of single walled and multi-walled carbon nano-tubes, carbon nano-wires and carbon helices for application in electronics and nano-composites is emerging as an area of current interest.
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