nanotube


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a fullerene molecule having a cylindrical or toroidal shape

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Wilson from Harvard University -- are reporting on the discovery of an important method for measuring the properties of nanotube materials using a microwave probe.
Carbon nanotubes and graphene for photonic applications.
Researchers eventually found ways to "compatibilize" nanotubes by attaching molecules to the nanotube surface.
Philadelphia, has come out with several Graphistrength masterbatches of the company's own Graphistrength multiwall carbon nanotubes in engineering thermoplastics.
One feeler made contact with the other cell, and a nanotube was formed, while the rest of the feelers retracted into the cell body.
Patent 7,250,366 (July 31, 2007), "Carbon Nanotubes With Controlled Diameter, Length, and Metallic Contacts," Valery M.
Thousands of nanotubes easily could fit inside a typical cell.
Tokyo, Japan, Feb 10, 2006 - (JCN) - The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) announced on February 8 that its Nanotechnology Research Institute has succeeded in encapsulating and stabilizing beta-carotene in carbon nanotubes.
All CNT/PU films showed higher tensile modulus, yield stress and fracture stress than neat PU, and these parameters increased as the nanotube concentration increased.
A team of researchers led by Michael Fuhrer, assistant professor of physics at University of Maryland's Center for Superconductivity Research, has fabricated a semiconducting nanotube transistor with a mobility almost 25% higher than any previous semiconducting material at room temperature, and more than 70 times higher than the mobility of the silicon used in today's computer chips.
A team of researchers led by Michael Fuhrer, assistant professor of physics at the UM's Center for Superconductivity Research, has fabricated a semiconducting nanotube transistor that shows a mobility almost 25% higher than any previous semiconducting material and more than 70 times higher than the mobility of the silicon used in today's computer chips.
Mitsui's brand new nanotube plant is the largest such facility in the world and promises to make CNTs affordable to one and all.
As in a conventional semiconductor transistor, applying a low voltage to the transistor's gate switches the current passing between opposite ends of the nanotube (the device's source and drain).
To recharge the battery, you merely add energy, forcing the ions back into the nanotube.