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December 8th, 2004

Mass Production of Carbon Nanotube Becomes Possible

Abstract:
South Korean scientists found a simple way to produce high-purity single-walled carbon nanotubes en masse, the vital materials for nanotechnology, under ambient conditions.

The scientists, led by Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology senior researcher Park Wan-jun, yesterday said the new process would be commercially applied in the near future.

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