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September 28th, 2004

Chemists develop longest nanotubes

Abstract:
Duke chemists and researchers from the University of California working at Los Alamos National Laboratory have created the world’s longest carbon nanotube. At four centimeters long, it breaks the previous world record tube of a few millimeters.

Nanotechnology has gone from being a scientific discovery to being labeled as the “material of the future” in just the past decade, and experts hope that ongoing research will guarantee more strides and discoveries in the future. (more on earlier article)

Source:
The Chronicle

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