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Scientists use carbon nanotube forest to capture hard-to-detect molecules

Researchers at MIT have developed a new method for detecting elusive molecules, using an array or "forest" of carbon nanotubes. The technique can be finely tuned, allowing it to be used for the capture of very small particles, including those of certain viruses... Continue Reading Scientists use carbon nanotube forest to capture hard-to-detect molecules Section: Science Tags: MIT Nanotubes Related Articles: UK scientists develop super-black material that absorbs 99.
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