Motorola puts nanotubes in screens

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Motorola puts nanotubes in screens

Motorola is researching a new type of large flat-panel display that the company says has the potential to be cheaper than plasma or liquid-crystal display screens. “The new screen technology uses carbon nanotubes, which are long, thin strands of specialized carbon molecules. The material is popular with researchers who are investigating its use in everything from optic cabling to antibacteria coatings.”

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