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Scientists Sort Semiconducting Nanotubes by Size 63

SuperGrads writes "Scientists working at Rice University have developed the world's first method for not only sorting semiconducting carbon nanotubes from their metallic brethren, but also for arranging them by diameter size. This ability is essential for building devices from these tubes and paves the way for high-speed nanoscale electronics."
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Scientists Sort Semiconducting Nanotubes by Size

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Computer programmers do it byte by byte.