Nanotube

 

A sheet of atoms arranged in the form of a tube.

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Hollow nanofibre.

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Hollow nanorod

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A long cylindrical structure related to the fullerenes.  The structure of these rods appears to be a stacked graphite ring structure on the outside, and a randomized graphitic crystal structure on the inside.  Generally, these tubes form best at temperatures above 1200C, and not at all under 200C.

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A hollow cylindrical or toroidal molecule made of one element, usually carbon. Nanotubes are being investigated as semiconductors and for uses in nanotechnology.

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A sequence of nanoscale C60 atoms arranged in a long thin cylindrical structure. Nanotubes are extremely strong mechanically and very pure conductors of electric current. Applications of the nanotube in nanotechnology include resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes and transistors.  Nanotubes also are called buckytubes.

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A nanoscale tube-like structure which can be found naturally in some minerals or be man-made from a variety of materials including carbon.

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