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Press Release 10-063

Researchers Demonstrate New Understanding of Nanotube Growth

Scientists take first step toward controlling the growth of nanomaterials without catalysts

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A schematic illustration showing the formation of nanotubes driven by screw dislocations.

A schematic illustration showing the formation of nanotubes driven by screw dislocations.

Credit: Song Jin, University of Wisconsin-Madison


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Electron microscope image showing hollow zinc oxide nanotubes with single crystal lattice.

A high resolution tranmission electron microscope image showing hollow zinc oxide nanotubes with single crystal lattice.

Credit: Song Jin, University of Wisconsin-Madison


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Low resolution transmission electron microscope image showing a hollow zinc oxide nanotube.

A low resolution transmission electron microscope image showing a hollow zinc oxide nanotube.

Credit: Song Jin, University of Wisconsin-Madison


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Cover of the April 23, 1010, issue of the journal Science.

The researchers' findings appear in the April 23, 2010, issue of the journal Science.

Credit: Copyright AAAS 2010


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