Mass production of carbon nanotube film for touch screen applications comes on line

On June 18, a large production line for carbon nanotube (CNT) film commissioned in the Beijing Nanotechnology Industry Park located in the Huairou district of Beijing. This marks the next step in commercializing super-aligned carbon nanotube array technology developed by Professor Shoushan Fang, ...

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