Recently, researchers from MIT have combined sensor technology with carbon nanotubes. Carbon nanotubes are hollow, cylindrical, one-nanometer structures made of pure carbon.
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A capacitive sensor measurement system requires three components: a probe to detect any changes in distance to a target by sensing changes in capacitance and also driver electronics for converting the changes in capacitance into voltage changes.
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