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August 23rd, 2004

NETL's ‘rookie' scientist honored for nanotube research

Abstract:
For someone who has just begun a career with the federal government, Dr. Christopher Matranga, research scientist in the Fuels and Process Chemistry Division at DOE's National Energy Technology Laboratory, has certainly made an impressive start by studying tiny particles. Dr. Matranga’s research focuses on storing and separating gas molecules in microscopic carbon nanotubes.

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