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This set of videos, from the University of Wisconsin, show visualizations of the forms of carbon: graphite, graphine, diamond, fullerene, and nanotube. For each of the these forms, a model shows how the carbon atoms fit together to produce the arrangement of each.
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(University of Winconsin-Madison MRSEC, Madison, 2008), WWW Document, (http://chemistry.beloit.edu/edetc/cineplex/nanotube/index.html).
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Nanotubes and Other Forms of Carbon, (University of Winconsin-Madison MRSEC, Madison, 2008), <http://chemistry.beloit.edu/edetc/cineplex/nanotube/index.html>.
APA Format
Nanotubes and Other Forms of Carbon. (2006, August 31). Retrieved October 22, 2014, from University of Winconsin-Madison MRSEC: http://chemistry.beloit.edu/edetc/cineplex/nanotube/index.html
Chicago Format
University of Winconsin-Madison MRSEC. Nanotubes and Other Forms of Carbon. Madison: University of Winconsin-Madison MRSEC, August 31, 2006. http://chemistry.beloit.edu/edetc/cineplex/nanotube/index.html (accessed 22 October 2014).
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Nanotubes and Other Forms of Carbon. Madison: University of Winconsin-Madison MRSEC, 2008. 31 Aug. 2006. 22 Oct. 2014 <http://chemistry.beloit.edu/edetc/cineplex/nanotube/index.html>.
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