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September 7th, 2004
NanoDynamics Inc., a company specializing in the production of nanotubes, believes it has a practical industrial process for chemically untangling bulk nanotubes and arranging them in one-, two- and three-dimensional arrays.
"We expect that this will be a general method for people to practice structure formation with nanotubes," said Keith Blakely, chief executive officer of NanoDynamics.
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