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Nanotube

A 50 micron long carbon nanotube moving about in room air. Duration : 0:0:26

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Melting Double-wall Carbon Nanotube

At one tube end, stable lip-lip interactions [see Y.K. Kwon et al., Phys. Rev. Lett 79, 2065 (1997)] bridge the gap between the inner and the outer tube, while the other end is kept open. Atoms inside the tube are shown in green and exposed edge atoms in blue. The extra atoms, which establish the […]

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A carbon Nanotube

A Multi-walled carbon nanotube mounted on a sharp nickel tip flopping in room air. Duration : 0:0:15

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Microphase Carbon Nanotubes : DigInfo

DigInfo- http://movie.diginfo.tv/ Traditionally electrical charges are carried and sometimes shielded using metal but this isn’t ideal- especially if the current has to run past or through explosive material like petrol tanks. The solution: Carbon Nanotubes. Microphase have mixed polymers (extracted from biom ) with their nanotubes and produced stronger, safer, and more electrically conductive materials […]

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Growing Carbon Nanotubes

Very simple method (CVD spray pyrolysis) for producing multiwalled carbon nanotubes at industrial scale. They grow inside a quartz tube at 900° C, from a mixture of ferrocene, toluene and argon gas Duration : 0:0:49

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Nanotube – nanotube interaction

Two (3,3) carbon nanotubes manipulated in real-time. Simulated within Biodesigner/Nanomorph environment using GAFF force field. Duration : 0:0:55

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C60 Fullerene and Carbon Nanotube Interaction

Animation of a C60 fullerene molecule pulled through a short fragment of (10,5) carbon nanotube. Simulated in real-time within Biodesigner/Nanomorph environment using GAFF force field. Duration : 0:1:15

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Carbon nanotube real-time deformation

Real-time deformation of (3,3) carbon nanotube. Simulation performed within Biodesigner/Nanomorph environment using GAFF force field. Duration : 0:0:57

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Carbon nanotubes (fuel cell catalyst support)

Carbon nanotubes used as catalyst support for fuel cell and hydrogen generation research. After being suspended in a surfactant solution, the carbon nanotubes precipitated when acetone was added. Duration : 0:0:27

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Nanotube caught on video 2

http://www.neoteo.com/ A team of scientists, including researchers at Cambridge University, have successfully produced live video footage that shows how carbon nanotubes, more than 10,000 times smaller in diameter than a human hair, form. The video sequences show nanofibres and nanotubes nucleating around miniscule particles of nickel and are already offering greater insight into how these […]