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Sorting out carbon nanotube electronics

Nature Nanotechnology volume 1, pages 1718 (2006) | Download Citation

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A new and scalable method for separating metallic from semiconducting carbon nanotubes will make for easier wiring of nanocircuits and lead to more reliable nanoelectronic devices.

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  1. Andrew G. Rinzler is at the Department of Physics, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32611-8440, USA. rinzler@phys.ufl.edu

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