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November 26 2013
Researchers have found a way to repair gaps in nanowires that are too small for even the tiniest tools. These nanotubes are made from carbon, and are only about one atom thick, a University of Illinois news release reported.
Researchers are looking to use to miniscule devices as transistors as a replacement for silicon because they are easier to transport onto substrates like plastic sheets to create more economical electronics.
Carbon nanotubes are naturally "high-quality conductors"...
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