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May 12th, 2005
Jack Uldrich: On Monday, Motorola joined the growing legion of companies, including Intel, IBM, and Infineon, to announce yet another commercial use for carbon nanotubes.
In Motorola's case, it's hoping to employ carbon nanotubes to make thinner, brighter, less expensive, and more energy-efficient flat panel displays.
From this perspective, the future sounds almost unlimited for carbon nanotubes, right?
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