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Can Nanotubes Be Engineered to Superconduct?

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WASHINGTON, Sept. 25 -- Superconducting nanotubes may lie on the technology horizon, suggests a theoretical study published recently by researchers from the Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the University of Pennsylvania and Bilkent University in Turkey. The intriguing possibility is the team's most recent finding in a spate of studies showing how changing the shape of tiny single-walled tubes of carbon may open a potential mother lode of technologically useful properties. The theoretical investigations are pointing out productive paths for other...Read full article

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