Engineering conductance of carbon nanotubes?

from the What-can't-you-do-with-them? dept.
Gina Miller writes "The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) announced (on Sept. 20, 2002) a theoretical study suggesting that 'Superconducting nanotubes may lie on the technology horizon': Can Nanotubes Be Engineered to Superconduct? The calculations suggest that strategically placed hydrogen atoms on the exteriors of carbon nanotubes could dramatically affect the electronic properties of the resulting materials. More information and downloadable papers"

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