Future of the nanotube science

Toxic or nontoxic? The future of the nanotube science?

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Applications of carbon nano tube

Started by Dr R S Jadoun Mar 16, 2009. 0 Replies

Use or not use nanotubes???

Started by András Paszternák, PhD (founder) Jul 31, 2008. 0 Replies

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Comment by Dr. Prashant Kumar on July 31, 2008 at 10:45pm
use in SPM tips, charge carrier, as part of NEMS and other electronic application etc, and more so in biotechnology like its selective attachment to ligands/ functional groups can be quite useful. Plenty of scope is there at the bottom.

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Comment by Dr. Prashant Kumar on July 31, 2008 at 10:39pm
There are specific applications where nanotubes do not have other competitors, its use is inevitable, more so, nanotubes are quite versatile. For example for gas sensors, pH sensors, optical guide, electronic transporter, guide and template for growth features in nanotech industry, novel optical properties, novel electrical property, specially conductivity, and many more functionality makes nanotubes so special that, it is immature that it should not be used. I agree much Physics has to be studied yet. It has to be studied as a separate science and technology due to its immense impact.

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