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 Breakthrough may ease electronics assembly

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Date posted: 31/10/2008

Researchers at Northeastern have demonstrated a way to use single-walled carbon nanotubes to ease large-scale manufacture of flat-panel displays and electronic memory devices.

Srinivas Sridhar, Ph.D., distinguished professor and chair of Physics at Northeastern University, Evin Gultepe and their team of researchers from the university?s Electronic Materials Research Institute have demonstrated a technique to assemble single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNT) into three-dimensional structures. This technique will be useful for the large scale, accelerated assembly of SWNTs at room temperature, which is more suitable for nanoscale electronic applications, such as flat panel displays and electronic memory devices.

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