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English: Nanotechnology; nanoknife

Description: Scanning electron micrograph of a prototype 'nanoknife' shows a single carbon nanotube stretched between two tungsten needles. Triangular probe is the tip of an atomic force cantilever used to determine the breaking point of the knife. (Color added for clarity.)

  • MSEL, nanoknife

See also http://www.nist.gov/public_affairs/techbeat/tb2006_1122.htm#nanotube. Subjects (names): Topics/Categories: Nanotechnology--Biology/Health Type: Graphic/scientific data Source: National Institute of Standards and Technology Credit Line as it should appear in print: Courtesy NIST/CU AV Number: 06MSEL025 Date Created: November 2006

Date Entered: 11/22/2006
Date November 2006(2006-11)
Source http://patapsco.nist.gov/ImageGallery/details.cfm?imageid=201
Author NIST
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