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Three examples of partitioning carbon nanotubes in liquid phases (8700919049)

Three examples of partitioning carbon nanotubes in liquid phases (8700919049)

 
 
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Three examples of partitioning carbon nanotubes in liquid phases. Left: nanotubes partitioned by diameter. Smaller diameters, on the bottom, appear purple. Center: partitioned between metals (amber, top) and semiconductors. Right: A sample with different diameter range partitioned between metals (yellow) and semiconductors. Color differences are due to differences in electronic structure.
See also www.nist.gov/mml/msed/201304_nanotube_partition.cfm
Credit: Baum/NIST
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