Our core technology is based on the characteristic properties of ultra small,
semi synthetic coated iron oxide particles. Our core competencies include the
ability to design such particles for...
Carbon nano-material such as carbon nanotube and carbon nanofiber, the new
dream material of the 21st century, is getting limelight as material to lead
the future in the fields of electron...
Rational Designed and Precisely Engineered nanomaterials are the premium building blocks for constructing revolutionary products and superior high performance devices in the coming nanotechnology...
Nanjing High Technology Nano Material Co., Ltd. (HTNano) was founded in Nanjing
, Jiangsu , China , in 2001, and the city is an old and beautiful city which
plays an important role in the...
Metal Nanopowders Ltd, a spin-off
from the University of Birmingham, is dedicated to the production of
metal powders at the sub-100nm scale. Metal Nanopowders facilities allow
us to produce...
Keryx Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. is focused on the acquisition, development and commercialization of novel pharmaceutical products for the treatment of life-threatening diseases, including diabetes and...
Argonide is a world leader in the manufacture of nano powders, principally nano metals and nano alumina in spherical as well as fibrous form. Nanometals have a wide variety of uses including...
In 1936, the Laboratory Equipment Company introduced the first rapid carbon determinator to the American iron and steel industry. Today, 75 years later, LECO is recognized globally as a leader in...
A research team has found that certain types of iron nanoparticles could be useful in cleaning up carbon tetrachloride contamination in groundwater, via the degradation process. The findings of this...
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=1161 | 6 Apr 2005
An ultrafine, "nanoscale" powder made from iron, one of the most abundant metals on Earth, is turning out to be a remarkably effective tool for cleaning up contaminated soil and groundwater. Posted...
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=285 | 9 Dec 2003