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May 20th, 2004
Nanotubes roll up for novel structures
Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart, Germany, have made rolled-up nanotubes of InAs/GaAs with tube walls containing alternating layers of crystalline and noncrystalline material. The team also used a laser to alter the structure of these radial superlattices: the treatment produced small regions of β-Ga2O3.
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