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Pure Nanotube-type Growth Edges Toward the Possible


December 7, 2010

Boris Yakobson New research at Rice University could ultimately show scientists the way to make batches of nanotubes of a single type. A paper in the online journal Physical Review Letters unveils an elegant formula by Rice University physicist Boris Yakobson and his colleagues that defines the energy of a piece of graphene cut at any angle. Full Story

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