Zettl Research Group

Research Project

 

Nanoscale Mass Conveyor

Supplementary Material

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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory press release

This introduction is suitable for a general audience.  

Still Images

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TEM video stills showing metal tranport from left to right along a single carbon nanotube. (Figure 1 in the Letter to Nature). 

Computer generated stills showing metal atoms moving along a nanotube from one metal droplet to another.  Created by Kenny Jensen

Computer Generated Video

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Movie shows an artist's conception of the operation of mass conveyor.  Created by Kenny Jensen

Conveyor animation

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This animated gif is an animation of the conveyor analogy.  See Figure 4 in the Letter to Nature.  Animation by Chris Regan and Simon Rochester.

 

 

 



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