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April 26th, 2004
Hollow nanofibers in a single step
Hollow fibers with nanometer-scale diameters can be prepared in a single step using a newly developed method. The simple and flexible technique can be used to make nanotubes from a variety of materials, leading to a host of potential applications in microfluidics, sensing, field-emission devices, and other areas.
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