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July 24th, 2007
Scientists from the town of Zelenograd, located in the Moscow region, have developed a unit for building various carbon nanotubes.
Quite recently structures, made of carbon atoms and looking like long hollow tubes with several nanometers in diameter and tens of microns long, were as exotic as pineapples in the Antarctic. Today growing carbon nanotubes is the task for student laboratory workshops. Of course, not any laboratory would be able to perform such works, for it will need the unit for nanotube growth, developed in Zelenograd - Russian "Silicon Valley".
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