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MIT chemical engineers built tiny channels out of carbon nanotubes — hollow tubes whose walls are made of lattices of carbon atoms. Small molecules such as sodium ions and protons can flow through the channels.
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Michael Strano, the Charles and Hilda Roddey Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering
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