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Carbon Nanotubes as Flexible "Stained Glass"

Researchers at Northwestern University have used metallic nanotubes to make thin films that are semitransparent, highly conductive, flexible and come in a variety of colors, with an appearance similar to stained glass. Read more at Science Daily.

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