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July 1st, 2006
Charles Q. Choi: Scientists have developed the first method that can tease apart jumbles of carbon nanotubes with different coveted semiconductor properties, experts told UPI's Nano World.
The capability to sort apart mishmashes of nanotubes with different electrical properties created by current production techniques could help supply key ingredients for devices from advanced microchips and next-generation power cables to clinical therapeutics.
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