Carbon nanotube floating on sea under a full moon: could refer to various uses and potential uses of nanotubes in connection with water: desalination, purification, oil spill cleanup, etc, or it might simply evoke the strangeness of the nano world
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- Interior view of carbon nanotube
- Conceptual image illustrating carbon nanotubes being produced, or 'grown'
- Computer artwork of a 3D human holding a carbon nanotube
- Carbon nanotube
- Conceptual image illustrating carbon nanotubes being produced, or grown. Computer artwork.
- Molecular model of Carbon nanotube. Computer artwork.
- Graphene nanoribbon crossing an ocean under a full moon. Might refer to the global growth of graphene and its applications, or might simply evoke the strangeness of the nano world
- Graphene nanoribbon crossing a flat landscape
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