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Home > News > NASA LaRC Solicitation: Array of Carbon Nanotube Forests

May 16th, 2006

NASA LaRC Solicitation: Array of Carbon Nanotube Forests

Abstract:
NASA/LaRC intends to purchase the items from University of Texas as they are the only known source that can provide an array of carbon nanotube forests that will produce 60 meters long by 4 cm wide CNT sheets.

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