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Wonder clothWINTERS, Jeffrey.Mechanical engineering (New York, N.Y. 1919). 2006, Vol 128, Num 4, pp 34-35, issn 0025-6501, 2 p.Article

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs)-based electroanalysisFERNANDEZ-ABEDUL, M. Teresa; COSTA-GARCIA, Agustin.Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry. 2008, Vol 390, Num 1, pp 293-298, 6 p.Article

Mpemba-Like Behavior in Carbon Nanotube Resonators : Modeling, Simulation, and Theory of Nanomechanical Materials BehaviorALEX GREANEY, P; LANI, Giovanna; CICERO, Giancarlo et al.Metallurgical and materials transactions. A, Physical metallurgy and materials science. 2011, Vol 42, Num 13, pp 3907-3912, issn 1073-5623, 6 p.Article

Exciton effects in carbon nanotubesPEDERSEN, Thomas G.Carbon (New York, NY). 2004, Vol 42, Num 5-6, pp 1007-1010, issn 0008-6223, 4 p.Conference Paper

Theoretical evidence for T1/2 specific heat behavior in carbon nanotube systemsPOPOV, V. N.Carbon (New York, NY). 2004, Vol 42, Num 5-6, pp 991-995, issn 0008-6223, 5 p.Conference Paper

Atomic spontaneous decay rate enhancement near a carbon nanotubeBONDAREV, I. V; SLEPYAN, G. Ya; MAKSIMENKO, S. A et al.Carbon (New York, NY). 2004, Vol 42, Num 5-6, pp 997-1000, issn 0008-6223, 4 p.Conference Paper

Microtubes made of carbon nanotubesGENDEL, Youri; DAVID, Oana; WESSLING, Matthias et al.Carbon (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 68, pp 818-820, issn 0008-6223, 3 p.Article

Carbon nanotube sheets for the use as artificial musclesVOHRER, U; KOLARIC, I; HAQUE, M. H et al.Carbon (New York, NY). 2004, Vol 42, Num 5-6, pp 1159-1164, issn 0008-6223, 6 p.Conference Paper

Production of electrically conductive paper by adding carbon nanotubesOYA, Takahide; OGINO, Toshio.Carbon (New York, NY). 2008, Vol 46, Num 1, pp 169-171, issn 0008-6223, 3 p.Article

Targeted removal of bioavailable metal as a detoxification strategy for carbon nanotubesXINYUAN LIU; LIN GUO; MORRIS, Daniel et al.Carbon (New York, NY). 2008, Vol 46, Num 3, pp 489-500, issn 0008-6223, 12 p.Article

Edge effect on the field emission properties from vertically aligned carbon nanotube arraysHEE JIN JEONG; SEONG CHU LIM; KEUN SOO KIM et al.Carbon (New York, NY). 2004, Vol 42, Num 14, pp 3036-3039, issn 0008-6223, 4 p.Article

Persistent currents in finite zigzag carbon nanotubesCHEN, R. B; LU, B. J; TSAI, C. C et al.Carbon (New York, NY). 2004, Vol 42, Num 14, pp 2873-2878, issn 0008-6223, 6 p.Article

A highly selective non-radical diazo coupling provides low cost semi-conducting carbon nanotubesDARCHY, Lea; HANIFI, Nassim; CHENEVIER, Pascale et al.Carbon (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 66, pp 246-258, issn 0008-6223, 13 p.Article

Precise control of number of carbon nanotube growth by current monitoringMAEDA, M; KAMIMURA, T; HYON, C. K et al.Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering. 2006, pp 612713.1-612713.6, issn 0277-786X, isbn 0-8194-6169-5, 1VolConference Paper

An in vitro study of the potential of carbon nanotubes and nanofibres to induce inflammatory mediators and frustrated phagocytosisBROWN, D. M; KINLOCH, I. A; BANGERT, U et al.Carbon (New York, NY). 2007, Vol 45, Num 9, pp 1743-1756, issn 0008-6223, 14 p.Article

Carbon nanotube ropes proposed as particle pipesSTEIN MOURA, Cassio; AMARAL, Livio.Carbon (New York, NY). 2007, Vol 45, Num 9, pp 1802-1807, issn 0008-6223, 6 p.Article

Computation with carbon nanotube devices : Beyond silicon: new computing paradigmsJING KONG.Communications of the ACM. 2007, Vol 50, Num 9, pp 40-42, issn 0001-0782, 3 p.Article

Exact and approximate geometric parameters for carbon nanotubes incorporating curvatureCOX, Barry J; HILL, James M.Carbon (New York, NY). 2007, Vol 45, Num 7, pp 1453-1462, issn 0008-6223, 10 p.Article

Synthesis and lubricating performance of a carbon nanotube seeded miniemulsionHAI FENG LU; BIN FEI; XIN, John H et al.Carbon (New York, NY). 2007, Vol 45, Num 5, pp 936-942, issn 0008-6223, 7 p.Article

Controlled synthesis of pointed carbon nanotubesXUELIANG SUN; RUYING LI; STANSFIELD, Barry et al.Carbon (New York, NY). 2007, Vol 45, Num 4, pp 732-737, issn 0008-6223, 6 p.Article

The use of camphor-grown carbon nanotube array as an efficient field emitterKUMAR, Mukul; OKAZAKI, Tsugio; HIRAMATSU, Mineo et al.Carbon (New York, NY). 2007, Vol 45, Num 9, pp 1899-1904, issn 0008-6223, 6 p.Article

+ positive reinforcementBROWN, Alan S.Mechanical engineering (New York, N.Y. 1919). 2010, Vol 132, Num 3, pp 36-39, issn 0025-6501, 4 p.Article

Ignition of carbon nanotubes using a photoflashTSENG, Shih H; TAI, Nyan H; HSU, Wen K et al.Carbon (New York, NY). 2007, Vol 45, Num 5, pp 958-964, issn 0008-6223, 7 p.Article

On carbon nanotube resonatorsCARUNTU, Dumitru I; SALINAS TREVINO, Cone S.Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering. 2011, Vol 7981, issn 0277-786X, isbn 978-0-8194-8543-4, 798116.1-798116.10, 2Conference Paper

AC Modeling of Mechanical Resonators Based on Carbon NanotubesBAGGE, Leif; EPP, Larry; KAUL, Abdur R et al.Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering. 2010, Vol 7679, issn 0277-786X, isbn 978-0-8194-8143-6, 76792E.1-76792E.8Conference Paper

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