Carbon Nanotubes for Nanotechnology
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Fullerenes and carbon nanotubes are two strongly connected carbon resources. While fullerenes have bucky ball structure, CNTs are stripes of graphite rolled up flawlessly into tubes. The carbon atoms in a nanotube are approved in hexagons, alike to the arrangement of atoms in a sheet of graphite. The electronic properties are entirely determined by its helicity and diameter.

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