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November 24th, 2004

Tiny carbon cylinders set record

Abstract:
Materials scientists from Oxford and Nottingham universities performed chemical reactions inside tiny tubes of carbon atoms known as nanotubes.

They were used to force molecules into long straight chains, reports the journal Chemical Communications.

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