Microtubes on YouTube

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Mar 27, 2019
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Our second research article went live yesterday evening – this one about how you can grow microtubes from polyoxometalate crystals. You can control the direction in which the tubes grow and also how big their diameters are – and to show they are structurally sound, you can flow fluorescent dye through them.

Lee Cronin and colleagues have put up a video on YouTube showing how the tubes can be grown – have a look if you get the chance… there are also a collection of videos associated with the paper as part of the Supplementary Information.

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Stuart Cantrill (Chief Editor, Nature Chemistry)


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Stu Cantrill

Chief Editor, Nature Chemistry, Springer Nature

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