NewsMechanically activated ionic transport across single-digit
carbon nanotubes

21st July 2020by admin0
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Nanofluidics, the field which studies nanoscale flows,
has made considerable progress in recent years. The field is
blossoming thanks to the development of new materials, in
particular nanotubes and 2-D materials, which allows fabricating
well-controlled nanofluidic devices amenable to the investigation
of nanofluidic properties down to the smallest
scales.

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