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August 21st, 2006

Separating and Sorting Carbon Nanotubes

Abstract:
"We demonstrated that aqueous SWCNT dispersions, prepared with the aid of nucleic acids (RNA or DNA), can separate into fractions using agarose gel electrophoresis." Dr. Alexandre Vetcher, currently working in National Center for Biodefense and Infectious Diseases at George Mason University.

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