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RPI Researchers Demonstrate Fabrication Techniques for Next Generation Chips

Campus.News reported that RPI materials science researchers have demonstrated controlled carbon nanotube growth and documented their results in the journal Nature. Associate Professor Pulickel Ajayan and Assistant Professor Ganapathiraman Ramanath are the first researchers to achieve such specific and controlled nanotube growth.

Carbon nanotubes are considered important in the construction of next-generation integrated circuits and microelectric-mechanical devices.

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