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    Crea Laboratory Technologies are a scientific instrument supply company. One of our core focus in the research sector and in particular nanotechnology product focusing on: Gas adsorption...
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    Micromeritics was founded in 1962 to fulfill the analytical instrumentation needs of industrial and academic laboratories involved in the emerging field of particle science and technology....
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    KSV is part of Biolin Scientific, a public company listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange. Biolin Scientific is a leading supplier of analytical instruments for the nanoscale study of...
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    MAST (Materials and Separations Technology) was established in 1995 to: To commercialise a novel high purity, controlled pore structure synthetic carbon - NOVACARB To develop applications...
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    NanoPore, Incorporated was founded in 1993 with the purpose of commercializing high porosity/high surface area materials for a wide range of applications including adsorbtion, gas separation, advanced...
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    Nanomaterials are advanced materials constructed with nanoscale building blocks, with molecular precision of control. Such materials possess much improved physical and chemical properties. These...
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    The ARC Centre for Functional Nanomaterials was established in November 2003 under the Australian Research Council's Centre of Excellence Program (Reserved Round). The Centre aims to become a world...
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    Accurion is a high-tech company providing advanced instrumentation in the field of surface analysis and active vibration isolation. Under the brand Nanofilm, Accurion offers surface analysis...
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    Micromeritics was founded over forty years ago to fulfill the analytical instrumentation needs of industrial and academic laboratories involved in the emerging field of particle science and...
  • Article - 6 Oct 2005
    Accelrys' DMol3 software has been used to investigate the nitrogen dioxide sensing abilities of SnO2 (tin dioxide) nanoribbons. This work is important in the development of chemical sensors.