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January 20th, 2005

MFIC process enables spatial arrangement of carbon nanotubes

Abstract:
Many companies produce bulk carbon nanotubes, and many groups are developing commercial products which incorporate them. A common need, for purposes of a particular desired functionality, is to organize the nanotubes as they are deposited in a linear or other designed pattern, by physical or chemical means.

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