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This paper shows how Air (Nitrogen) is not a gas inside a Carbon nanotube, as inferred from the results of a Monte Carlo simulation of Nitrogen molecules in the presence of 2 surfaces. The surface under study was composed of Carbon, and the length scale was a few dozen nanometers, which made the problem representative of air inside a carbon nanotube. The surfaces have been shown to increase the compressibility of the gas, but the gas almost completely adsorbs onto the surface at room temperature due to the strong surface interaction potential. Therefore, it can also be deduced that Nitrogen is not quite a gas inside a Carbon nanotube.

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Monte  Carlo,  simulation,  Nitrogen,  Air,  Carbon  
nanotube,  compressibility  
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 Added 09-09-09
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