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  • noun Plural form of nanoribbon.

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  • These "nanoribbons" are like fibre-optic cable made using glass, says McAlpine.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • These "nanoribbons" are like fibre-optic cable made using glass, says McAlpine.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • Towards this goal, Michael Fischbein and Drndic have previously demonstrated nanosculpting of graphene into arbitrary structures, such as nanoribbons, nanopores and other shapes, published in Applied

    R&D Mag - News

  • Towards this goal, Michael Fischbein and Drndic have previously demonstrated nanosculpting of graphene into arbitrary structures, such as nanoribbons, nanopores and other shapes, published in Applied

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  • Towards this goal, Michael Fischbein and Drndic have previously demonstrated nanosculpting of graphene into arbitrary structures, such as nanoribbons, nanopores and other shapes, published in Applied

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  • These "nanoribbons" are like fibre-optic cable made using glass, says McAlpine.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • Towards this goal, Michael Fischbein and Drndic have previously demonstrated nanosculpting of graphene into arbitrary structures, such as nanoribbons, nanopores and other shapes, published in Applied

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • As graphene has no band gap, it looked for a long time as if there could never be a "Carbon Valley" to compete with Silicon Valley, but that changed with the discovery in 2008 of narrow graphene "nanoribbons". and you'll get:

    New Scientist - Online News

  • As graphene has no band gap, it looked for a long time as if there could never be a "Carbon Valley" to compete with Silicon Valley, but that changed with the discovery in 2008 of narrow graphene "nanoribbons". and you'll get:

    New Scientist - Online News

  • The so-called “piezoelectric ribbons” are made up of organic lead zirconate titanate nanoribbons placed on silicone rubber sheets.

    Scientist Develop Flexible Energy-Harvesting Rubber Sheets | Inhabitat

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