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Nokia Photography Competition at the Department of Engineering 2009 entriesCambridge, England | Posted on August 11th, 2009
An LC/CNT device is a hybrid liquid crystal/carbon nanotube device filled with a standard nematic LC viewed under reflected polarised light a x20 magnification. The device is viewed from above and is two parallel walls of CNTs (the top of the T - shaped electrodes).
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