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May 10th, 2005
South Korean scientists continue to make breakthroughs in potential-laden carbon nanotube, which is called a dream material of the future.
A team from Sungkyunkwan University, led by professor Lee Young-hee, said Tuesday they have invented a new way to harvest semiconducting nanotubes from metallic ones en masse.
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