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Carbon Materials: Nanosynthesis By Candlelight.

M. Bottini, T. Mustelin
Published 2007 · Materials Science, Medicine

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Carbon nanoparticles are a by-product of making carbon nanotubes in an arc melter and have potentially useful optical properties. A recent discovery shows that these particles can be obtained by simply lighting a candle.
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