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Scientists accidentally create the blackest material ever

The United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) engineers (scientists) have cooked up a material that is 10 times blacker than anything else previously reported.
Capturing more than 99.96 per cent of any incoming light, the material is made of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes (CNTs) grown on chlorine-etched aluminium foil. And it was discovered by accident.
The researchers had actually been experimenting with ways to grow CNTs on electrically conductive materials such as aluminium to boost their electrical and thermal properties, Engadget reported.
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