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Separation of Nanotube

  1. Sep 27, 2013 #1
    Anyone familiar with separation of nanotubes produced by electric discharge
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  3. Sep 28, 2013 #2


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    Can you be more specific? I've applied high voltages to densified CNT structures in a vacuum.
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    http://eosl.gtri.gatech.edu/Default.aspx?tabid=117 [Broken] fellows have developed several techniques for purification of carbon nanotubes.
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  5. Sep 28, 2013 #4
    Sorry I don't know which fellows
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    arauca, the word "these" in his post is a link you can click.
  7. Sep 29, 2013 #6
    What does algebra have to do with my question
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    Curiouser and curiouser! As far as I can tell link that chemisttree posted:

    http://eosl.gtri.gatech.edu/Default.aspx?tabid=117 [Broken]

    is definitely about nanotubes purification techniques, not about algebra.
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  9. Oct 7, 2013 #8
    I am interested in the first step, were you take the soot and what solvent or what dispersing agent you use to separate the tubes from carbonate us material. before preeliminary filytation takes place .

    Thank you
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