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Offline Hope

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DIY Nanotubes
« on: January 01, 2012, 12:29:52 AM »

Carbon nanotube - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nanoholdings – Portfolio – New Technologies

How to make carbon nanotubes at room temperature

Carbon Nanotube SiNanotube Transistor Created

Nanotube Transistor Created

Since they are even able to make nanotubes at room temperature now it would not be to much of a stretch of the imagination to consider that mother nature has also made nanotubes.


It is MHO that organisms like fire flies or any other light producing organics use nanotubes to produce luminescence
Does anyone have any other known references to such events?

This break through science WILL change the world from now on and if we can work together and figure out how to make these tubes we can be part of the ground floor discoveries that will help the world out of the OILY rut we now are facing.
 
Natural nanotubes may protect healthy cells | Machines Like Us

Edited for more inclusive links.

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DIY Nanotubes
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Re: DIY Nanotubes
« Reply #1 on: January 01, 2012, 12:53:06 AM »

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Re: DIY Nanotubes
« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2012, 05:28:58 PM »
Hello Members,   The subject is not as hard as many may be thinking.

Why would we want nanotubes?   It is the most exciting material of the ages on earth.   Has endless possibilities.  Super Conductivity.   Nearly indestructible.  Ground floor opportunitys.  It can answer so many GREEN needs.  AND many many other uses yet undiscovered.   Like, finally we can make test equipment sensitive enough to work with all forms of energy.  Health benefits are sure to follow, so this is a very worthy project to invest our time into. 

We can do this.

Please watch the links and imagine what else these could be used for!

Anyone seeing this please make a comment so I know it is being read.

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Re: DIY Nanotubes
« Reply #3 on: January 02, 2012, 06:53:43 PM »
Hi Hope,
 
 I can see this topic.
 
 Any ideas or documents on how to create nano-tube diodes? If we could make an array of those with a low forward bias we could start creating Beta/Alpha batteries. We could capture the energy from Radon decay which happens naturally in sandstone, granite and marble.
 
 Something like this patent: 4024420 - Deep diode atomic battery
 http://www.google.com/patents/US4024420
 or
 http://www.freepatentsonline.com/4024420.html
 
 Great documents, thanks.


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Re: DIY Nanotubes
« Reply #4 on: January 09, 2012, 09:48:18 PM »
Hi Hope,
 
 I can see this topic.
 
 Any ideas or documents on how to create nano-tube diodes? If we could make an array of those with a low forward bias we could start creating Beta/Alpha batteries. We could capture the energy from Radon decay which happens naturally in sandstone, granite and marble.
 
 Something like this patent: 4024420 - Deep diode atomic battery
 http://www.google.com/patents/US4024420
 or
 http://www.freepatentsonline.com/4024420.html


One of the links above shows even a complicated Field Effect Transistor made using nanotubes being constructed using DNA.   So there already are diodes made of nanotubes.   Yes it is a very good thought you have,  but the basic step of making the nano tubes must be handled.
 
 Great documents, thanks.

The carbon nano tube directly converts the photon into electrons.    Millions of ideas to be had with that one!


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Re: DIY Nanotubes
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Offline broli

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Re: DIY Nanotubes
« Reply #5 on: January 09, 2012, 10:12:38 PM »
I think the most "DIY" method would be through electrolysis.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4VTfgaKLAM

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Re: DIY Nanotubes
« Reply #6 on: January 11, 2012, 08:38:08 AM »
Ummmm,  I think spending resources to make anything should be done to the highest degree of value.   Choosing the size of the nanotubes repeatably will make our efforts easier to open source.   The high temperatures can be costly, but only in energy.   At this end we are putting together a CF project to handle that need.   I still believe Clanzer has a great engineers mind and will see the benefit in moving past all the roadblocks normal OU has presented.  Nano tubes springboard past all these devices and allow us to directly convert photons to electrons.  We need to get CF working for the DIY'ers, the waiting for a factory unit may take time that is better used in motion on an open source effort.   Nature makes nanotubes naturally,  so I believe there are more ways to skin this cat than have been investigated by us yet.   This is not to say that your suggested method should be ignored.  It is the easiest I have read about up to this time and we could get material (multi walled nano tubes) using this process. 

Instead of recreating the wheel on this project perhaps GSA equipment sales might be useful.  Lot sales look like a penny on the dollar for maxing our budget.

I can rebuild electronics, pneumatic, hydraulic if they are not massively disarrayed.

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Offline CuriousChris

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Re: DIY Nanotubes
« Reply #7 on: January 11, 2012, 09:47:08 AM »
Carbon nanotubes are simply the most exciting discovery yet they seem to lend themselves to so much.

The fact they can replace copper is of extreme importance. super lightweight motors, yeah!

But don't be fooled into thinking its easy. it isnt. not yet anyway. yes we can make home grown nanotubes but then what? how do we separate the good from the bad, My eyes just arent good enough to see something a few nanometres across and well I shake too much and the tweezers are too big.

That's not to say in the near (hopefully soon) we won't be making nanotube stuff in our own backyard labs. Hell 3d printers are now in financial reach. backyard labs will be back in vogue soon :-)

As for nature.
http://rdmag.com/News/2008/06/Naturally-occurring--nanotubes-may-protect-viruses-and-bacteria/

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Re: DIY Nanotubes
« Reply #8 on: January 12, 2012, 07:55:52 AM »
Thanks for your input Chris,

They have "catch" materials that not just capture the cooling vapors but allow the tubes to link together into wire.   There are 28,000+ of us signed up on this forum as of last year.  If we can get our minds rapped around the mutual benefits this will afford all of us we can over come the setup budget together.  Then we all can co-op the values.  That article link on health and nanotubes is a good one.  There are yet many undiscovered natural occurring NT's, but the science to detect them is just not applied yet to finding them.  Nature has its ways and you can bet they are easier than we have uncovered as of late.

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Re: DIY Nanotubes
« Reply #9 on: January 13, 2012, 09:45:07 PM »
Ummmm,  I think spending resources to make anything should be done to the highest degree of value.   Choosing the size of the nanotubes repeatably will make our efforts easier to open source.   The high temperatures can be costly, but only in energy.   At this end we are putting together a CF project to handle that need.   I still believe Clanzer has a great engineers mind and will see the benefit in moving past all the roadblocks normal OU has presented.  Nano tubes springboard past all these devices and allow us to directly convert photons to electrons.  We need to get CF working for the DIY'ers, the waiting for a factory unit may take time that is better used in motion on an open source effort.   Nature makes nanotubes naturally,  so I believe there are more ways to skin this cat than have been investigated by us yet.   This is not to say that your suggested method should be ignored.  It is the easiest I have read about up to this time and we could get material (multi walled nano tubes) using this process. 

Instead of recreating the wheel on this project perhaps GSA equipment sales might be useful.  Lot sales look like a penny on the dollar for maxing our budget.

I can rebuild electronics, pneumatic, hydraulic if they are not massively disarrayed.

Golly Hope.

This is a very ambitious project - and so like you to take up the challenge.  I'm completely out of my depth to comment - but am in awe of your reach here.  I agree that if funding is required then we should be able to share this cost - perhaps amongst a spread of forum members.  If it helps at all - and if you manage to spread this reasonably widely - then count me in. 

Always happy to assist in promoting this kind of learning curve and I wish you well with this endeavour.

Kindest and best regards,
Rosie

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Re: DIY Nanotubes
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Re: DIY Nanotubes
« Reply #10 on: April 27, 2015, 04:16:47 PM »
Is there any known practical method for making conductive nanotube yarn at home?

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Re: DIY Nanotubes
« Reply #11 on: April 27, 2015, 05:52:12 PM »
http://www.timesnano.com/en/view.php?prt=3,35,158,159

Does anyone know how to compare the conductivity expression in this product link to that of copper?


 

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