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December 19th, 2005

Duke Chemist's Lab Steady Source of 'Nanotube' Advances

Abstract:
"Nanotubes" grown in the busy laboratory of associate chemistry professor Jie Liu were crucial to IBM scientists' recent announcements of a new source of light emissions. Liu's lab is also working with a California firm to pioneer use of these infinitesimally-thin carbon tubes in place of copper contacts for computer chips.

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Duke University

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