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February 6th, 2006

IEEE Approves Measurement Standard for Carbon Nanotubes

If carbon nanotubes are to fulfill their commercial promise in displays, integrated circuits, sensors and other nanoelectronic components, industry must agree on uniform ways to evaluate and report their electrical properties. In a major step toward this goal, the IEEE has approved IEEE 1650, the first standard to establish a common metrics foundation for such properties.


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