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April 15th, 2007
Scientists of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus in partnership with Indian counterparts have developed a new production technology of carbon nanotubes, BelTA learnt in the state committee for science and technology of Belarus.
According to experts, carbon nanotubes significantly improve properties of polymer compounds. Due to the new technology production of carbon nanotubes became cheaper.
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