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August 20th, 2007

Carbon nanotube elastic property enhances LCD TV quality

In the August issue of the Nano Letters journal, South Korean scientists presented a research on new electroactive elastic qualities in carbon nanotubes that can enhance the quality of display panels.

This is according to a report from, which stated that the discovery is expected to overcome motion blur effects in displays, a key weakness in LCDs compared to conventional CRT TV screens.


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