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of Crossing Multi-Walled Nanotubes. Deposition of electrically conductive
amorphous carbon onto the junction of two crossing nanotubes by exposing
the junction to an electron beam in a scanning electron microscope.
beam welds nanotubes. Carbon Nanotubes measured and soldered with scanning
electron microscope (SEM).
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