Electrophoresis in the tasks of purifying, separating, and integrating carbon nanotubes
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The application of electrophoresis in the tasks of purifying, separating and integrating carbon nanotubes is considered. The results of using electrophoresis in the development of functional devices for electronics and sensor techniques are described.
KeywordsCarbon Nanotubes Sensor Technique Semiconductive Type Functional Device Field Flow Fraction
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