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February 5th, 2004
Scientists embed nanotubes in hybrid semiconductors
Scientists from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, claim to have made the first electronic hybrid nanotube-semiconductor devices. They encapsulated single-walled carbon nanotubes in epitaxially grown semiconductor heterostructures such as GaAs/AlAs and (Ga,Mn)As. “Contacting single-walled carbon nanotubes by epitaxially grown semiconductor material is a totally new approach,” researcher Ane Jensen told nanotechweb.org.
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