Carbon Nanotubes

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Within the last few decades, the world of Chemistry has progressed immensely. From a Chemistry Nobel Peace Prize being awarded for synthesizing molecules, to the creation and broad use of carbon nanotubes, chemists are creating ground breaking science in laboratories all over the world.

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Carbon NanotubesWithin the last few decades, the world of Chemistry has progressed immensely. From a Chemistry Nobel Peace Prize being awarded for synthesizing molecules, to the creation and broad use of carbon nanotubes, chemists are creating ground breaking science in laboratories all over the world. Carbon nanotubes, being one of the newest advances in science, are also called buckytubes. They are allotropes, or a variation structure, of carbon with the shape of a cylinder. These molecules have man different properties that allow them to be used in electronics, optics, nanotechnology, and possibly in architecture. These strong structures belong to the fullerene structural family and have unique energy properties. The chemical bonding of carbon nanotubes is what makes them so strong. This abundant strength in built through natural alignment into a rope that is held together b

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