WORLD'S SMALLEST TEST TUBE
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What is the world's smallest test tube?
David Britz, Oxford scientist and
his colleagues have created the world’s smallest test tube. Now you may be
wondering what in the world will they do with that? Well, to try to make it
simple, the nanotube is a confining environment in which researchers can sue to
initiate reactions between molecules while observing the results. It also aided
in the way that molecules connected with one another.
The smallest test tube called a nanotube has an
inner diameter of 1.2 nanometers and a length of around 2 micrometers. It has a
volume of two zeptoliters and allows 2,000 molecules to react at once.
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