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Jene A Golovchenko, Haibing Peng: Carbon nanotube device fabrication. President and Fellows of Harvard College, Theresa A Lober, December 16, 2008: US07466069 (5 worldwide citation)

A carbon nanotube device in accordance with the invention includes a support structure including an aperture extending from a front surface to a back surface of the structure. At least one carbon nanotube extends across the aperture and is accessible through the aperture from both the front surface ...


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Sebastian Sorgenfrei, Kenneth Shepard, Chien Yang Chiu, Colin Nuckolls, Steven Warren: Systems and methods for single-molecule detection using nanotubes. The Trustees Of Columbia University In the City of New York, Baker Botts L, April 18, 2017: US09625404 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for single-molecule detection is provided and uses a carbon nanotube having a probe entity attached thereto to define a first state of the carbon nanotube. The carbon nanotube is introduced to a target entity to define a second state of the carbon nanotube. The electrical conductance of the ...


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Jene A Golovchenko, Haibing Peng, Daniel Branton: Carbon nanotube device fabrication. President and Fellows of Harvard College, Theresa A Lober, June 28, 2011: US07969079 (1 worldwide citation)

A carbon nanotube device in accordance with the invention includes a free-standing membrane that is peripherally supported by a support structure. The membrane includes an aperture that extends through a thickness of the membrane. At least one carbon nanotube extends across the aperture on a front s ...


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Sebastian Sorgenfrei, Kenneth Shepard, Chien Yang Chiu, Colin Nuckolls, Steven Warren: Systems and methods for single-molecule detection using nanotubes. THE TRUSTEES OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK, Baker Botts L, February 13, 2018: US09891182

A method for single-molecule detection is provided and uses a carbon nanotube having a probe entity attached thereto to define a first state of the carbon nanotube. The carbon nanotube is introduced to a target entity to define a second state of the carbon nanotube. The electrical conductance of the ...


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Golovchenko Jene A, Peng Haibing: Carbon nanotube device fabrication. Harvard College, August 10, 2005: EP1560792-A1

A carbon nanotube device in accordance with the invention includes a support structure including an aperture extending from a front surface to a back surface of the structure. At least one carbon nanotube extends across the aperture and is accessible through the aperture from both the front surface ...


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Jene A Golovchenko, Haibing Peng: Carbon nanotube device fabrication. President and Fellows of Harvard College, Theresa A Lober, T A Lober Patent Services, January 13, 2005: US20050007002-A1

A carbon nanotube device in accordance with the invention includes a support structure including an aperture extending from a front surface to a back surface of the structure. At least one carbon nanotube extends across the aperture and is accessible through the aperture from both the front surface ...


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Jene A Golovchenko, Haibing Peng: Carbon nanotube device fabrication. President and Fellows of Harvard College, Theresa A Lober, Ta Lober Patent Services, May 21, 2009: US20090130386-A1

A carbon nanotube device in accordance with the invention includes a free-standing membrane that is peripherally supported by a support structure. The membrane includes an aperture that extends through a thickness of the membrane. At least one carbon nanotube extends across the aperture on a front s ...


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Golovchenko Jene A, Peng Haibing: Carbon nanotube device fabrication. President And Fellows Of Harvard College, LOBER Theresa A, January 6, 2005: WO/2005/000739

A carbon nanotube device in accordance with the invention includes a support structure including an aperture extending from a front surface to a back surface of the structure. At least one carbon nanotube extends across the aperture and is accessible through the aperture from both the front surface ...


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SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR SINGLE-MOLECULE DETECTION USING NANOTUBES. The Trustees Of Columbia University In the City of New York, December 7, 2017: US20170350837-A1

A method for single-molecule detection is provided and uses a carbon nanotube having a probe entity attached thereto to define a first state of the carbon nanotube. The carbon nanotube is introduced to a target entity to define a second state of the carbon nanotube. The electrical conductance of the ...