CHINA: New Carbon Threads Could Create Super-Tough Fabrics
Boffins in China have revealed they have found a way to make threads out of a new form of a carbon in a discovery that could lead to the creation of super-tough fabrics. Experts at the Tsinghua University of Beijing have created threads up to 11.5 centimetres long out of carbon nanotubes in a breakthrough that could lead to better bulletproof vests.
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