Carbon nanotubes may make for better headphones

10/1/2013 | Chemical & Engineering News

Moving parts in headphones would be replaced by carbon nanotubes and the thermoacoustic effect in tiny speakers envisioned from research at China's Tsinghua University. Carbon nanotubes make thermoacoustic sound reproduction possible due to the fact they are excellent conductors of both heat and electricity.

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