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September 2nd, 2004
Itís a common enough complaint from anyone attempting to make use of carbon nanotubes. One batch works, another doesnít, the supplier claims itís the same material. Confusion also reigns with a lack of standard definitions, especially at the fatter end of CNTS, with nanofibres, endotubes and multiwall nanotubes all being used interchangeably.
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