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PostSubject: Will carbon nanotubes replace indium tin oxide?   Tue Oct 06, 2009 3:25 am

Physicsorg.com reports that until now, George Grüner told them, most of the studies regarding the properties - and uses - of carbon nanotubes have been restricted to the visible spectral range. “We, however, were interested in the properties in infrared range, in the window of the electromagnetic spectrum that is gaining increased prominence.”
What's your say? How's IR doing in Physics lately?

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