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Carbon Nanotubes: Applications on Electron Devices

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Carbon Nanotubes: Applications on Electron Devices
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533074962
Number of pages: 556

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The main objective of this book is therefore to give a wide variety of possible applications of carbon nanotubes in many industries related to electron device technology. This should allow the user to better appreciate the potential of these innovating nanometer sized materials.

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