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May 3rd, 2005
A scientist in India is examining ways to generate electric current by blowing gas onto a wire.
Ajay Sood first noticed the effect in 2003 when he was studying how liquids applied to a carbon nanotube can direct the flow of electrons.
"The effect is not unique to nanotubes," he said in an interview at the institute.
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