NewsCotton wool proves effective in separating single-wall
carbon nanotubes

19th April 2021by admin0
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Carbon nanotubes (CNT) are a family of 1D
nanostructures with numerous verified applications, made possible
due to their excellent mechanical, optical and conductive
properties. However, application of CNTs is hampered by the
presence of species with various structures in the raw production
mixture, which obscures unique properties of individual
species.

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