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by AWood16
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AWood16
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May22-13, 05:37 PM
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I've been looking into expanding some research time into carbon nanotube synthesis thinking that it was still an obstacle to be able to produce a carbon nanotube long enough to be used for anything. I just found a YouTube video from rice university where they used a wet spin technique to produce carbon nanotubes that were meters in length. Did I miss the big breakthrough or is this thing at rice something else? Thanks in advance.
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Alkim
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May23-13, 02:50 PM
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In order to avoid reinventing the wheel I recommend you to perform an extensive bibliography study before starting any experimental or theoretical study. Try to get access to e.g. ISI Web of Knowledge


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