Tiny Copper and Carbon Nanotube Wires Increase Current Flow 100 Fold

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Researchers in Japan have developed an incredibly thin wire—just half a micrometer in diameter—made from a new composite material composed of traditional copper and those new fangled carbon nanotubes . But what makes this creation particularly awesome is that the new wire allows over 100 times more current to flow than a traditional copper thread. Read more…        

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Tiny Copper and Carbon Nanotube Wires Increase Current Flow 100 Fold

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