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August 26th, 2004

CMU dendrimer discovery revamps growth of carbon nanotubes

Abstract:
Central Michigan University researchers have made a precedent-setting nanotechnology discovery that can lead to many industrial applications and open the door to more studies. In the first reported instance, Bradley Fahlman, a faculty member in CMU’s chemistry department and lead researcher on the project, has successfully grown multiwalled carbon nanotubes on a dendrimer-based catalyst at the lowest-reported temperature to date.

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