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Nano-infused paint can detect strain


A new type of paint made with carbon nanotubes at Rice University, Houston, Texas can help detect strain in buildings, bridges and aircraft. The Rice scientists call their mixture 'strain paint' and are hopeful it can help detect deformations in structures like aircraft wings.

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