NewsResearchers develop third and final ‘made-to-order’ nanotube
synthesis technique

1st April 2021by admin0
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The current method of manufacturing carbon
nanotubes—in essence rolled up sheets of graphene—is unable to
allow complete control over their diameter, length and type. This
problem has recently been solved for two of the three different
types of nanotubes, but the third type, known as ‘zigzag’
nanotubes, had remained out of reach. Researchers with Japan’s
National Institutes of Natural Sciences (NINS) have now figured out
how to synthesize the zigzag variety.

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