Nanotubes melt and guide metals

Vik writes "This story in New Scientist describes how electrically-heated nanotubes have been made to accurately ferry molten metal around, in theory allowing the soldering of nanoscale metal parts. A variety of metals have been used, and there is an interesting possibility that this technique could be used to make crude nanotube structures that can weld themselves together."

Leave a comment

    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop