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Caption: Flight through a carbon nanotube, animation. Carbon nanotubes are a type of fullerene, formed entirely of carbon atoms bonded in a hexagonal array, like a rolled sheet of graphene. They are also known as buckytubes, by analogy with the related Buckminster-Fullerenes. Carbon nanotubes are the strongest and stiffest material known, and could find uses in many areas of material science.

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Carbon nanotube

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