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January 31st, 2006

Nano World: Organic-carbon nanotube hybrid

Charles Q. Choi: Scientists have created the world's first hybrid organic molecular and carbon nanotube electronics, which could in the future serve in advanced computers or ultrasensitive sensors, experts told UPI's Nano World.


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