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Buckypaper

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Buckypaper

 
Buckypaper

Buckypaper



Buckypaper is 10 times lighter and 500 times stronger than steel. It is manufactured using carbon nanotubes arranged to form a thin sheet. The nanotubes are approximately 50,000 times thinner than a human hair. It has a number of possible applications including:
  • military armour
  • next-generation electronics and displays
  • Fire protection
  • heat sinks
  • protection from electromagnetic interference and shield electromagnetic "signatures", from radar
  • filter air or fluid
  • Buckypaper can be used to grow biological tissue, such as nerve cells
Decker Yeardon are the first architectural firm to manufacture Buckypaper on their own.


   

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