Definitions for "Carbon Nanotubes"
Concentric shells of graphite formed by one sheet of conventional graphite rolled up into a cylinder. The lattice of carbon atoms remains continuous around the circumference. The nanotubes are designed to be very small in order to store hydrogen.
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are cylindrical carbon molecules with properties that make them potentially useful in extremely small scale electronic and mechanical applications. They exhibit unusual strength and unique electrical properties, and are efficient conductors of heat. Inorganic molecules have also been synthesized.