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High-temperature ferromagnetism of helical carbon nanotubes
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We report the experimental results on the magnetism of curvature-induced helical carbon nanotubes (HCNTs). It is demonstrated that without any magnetic impurities in the sample, the as-prepared HCNTs show clear ferromagnetism with a Curie point as high as 970 K.
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