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Much more detailed information can be found at the Berkley site:
http://www.berkeley.edu/news/media/releases/2007/10/31_NanoRadio.shtml

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The radio programs are really amazing, i really like it because is very interesting and i prefer the programs where i can discuss or talk about the topic. We usually solve many doubt when we can speak some particular themes. And is really nice.

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Carbon Nanotube is much much effective allotrope of carbon. And this invent of latest radio from single walled nanotube is just amazing. And it can be used for many other purposes as through it we can also exchange data and can talk too through frequency.

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