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October 20th, 2005
Korean and U.S scientists have succeeded in developing the world's thinnest and longest carbon nanotube, marking a technological breakthrough.
The team also succeeded in measuring the electronic properties of the very narrow single-walled nanotubes (SWNTs) and found that, out of 20 samples, all were metallic while none showed semiconducting behavior, according to science journal Nature.
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