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Graduate student Mark Haase, spent the past year exploring applications for carbon nanotubes at the Air Force Research Lab of Wright-Patterson.
Medical researchers are investigating how carbon nanotubes can help deliver targeted doses of medicine.
Deka, Theoretical study on pyrazinamide adsorption onto covalently functionalized (5, 5) metallic single-walled carbon nanotube, Chem.
Walker, Noncovalent engineering of carbon nanotube surfaces by rigid, functional conjugated polymers, J.
We used four kinds of carbon nanotube lines to embed in the silica gel [14] artificial skin, and the length of each line is 2.4 cm (same as the length of the side of artificial skin).
As is shown in Figure 5, the two ends of each carbon nanotube in the artificial skin are connected with the stitches [15].
Xie et al., "Importance of aromatic content for peptide/single-walled carbon nanotube interactions," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
Penzo et al., "Controlled formation of carbon nanotube junctions via linker-induced assembly in aqueous solution," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
Carbon nanotubes have high thermal conductivity, which would seem to make sheets of them useful as a heat-dissipation material.
Cylindrical carbon nanotubes are formed on a substrate in a manufacturing process called chemical vapor deposition, in which carbon is supplied in gas form and grows in a nanotube around metallic particles with diameters of a few nanometers, which act as seeds.
They are producing small amounts of carbon nanotube yarn and nonwoven sheet materials in its research-scale facility.
The Stanford Robust Systems Group, however, has made significant progress in the last 18 months, advancing from building individual carbon nanotube transistors to simple electronic circuits made by interconnecting the transistors, and this week to a complete computer made from an ensemble of just 142 low-power transistors.
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