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    Carbodeon develops, manufactures and supplies superhard nanomaterials. Our eight grades of Ultra-Dispersed Diamonds (UDD) – also known as nanodiamonds – are sold under the name of...
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    EMFUTUR Technologies is a high quality Nanomaterials supplier, offering nanoparticles, nanopowders, micron powders, and CNTs (carbon nanotubes) in small quantity for researchers and in bulk order...
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    PlasmaChem GmbH was founded 1993 in Mainz. In 2005 the company moved from Mainz to Berlin and is now located in the district Adlershof - the "City of Science and Media" — Germany´s leading science and...
  • Article - 10 Oct 2010
    Nanodiamonds can be produced by the detonation of a mixture of the explosives TNT/RDX and have a size range in the region of 5 nm. The current attraction to scientists is the presence of nitrogen...
  • Article - 4 Mar 2010
    Over the last 10 years, diamond as a technological material has seen a renewed and increasing level of interest with genuine potential. In particular nanodiamonds are being looked at for uses such as...
  • News - 27 Jul 2009
    Bacterial infection is a major health threat to patients with severe burns and other kinds of serious wounds such as traumatic bone fractures. Recent studies have identified an important new...
  • News - 30 Jan 2015
    Researchers hope that their properties might be altered to permit nanodiamonds to be used as catalysts for generating hydrogen from sunlight Nanodiamonds are tiny crystals only a few nanometres...
  • News - 15 Oct 2007
    Northwestern University researchers have shown that nanodiamonds - much like the carbon structure as that of a sparkling 14 karat diamond but on a much smaller scale -- are very effective at...
  • News - 8 Sep 2015
    By Stuart Milne A team of researchers led by Nick Vamivakas of the University of Rochester has successfully used laser to levitate individual nanodiamonds in vacuum. This achievement could...
  • Article - 16 Apr 2013
    Diamond is one of the hardest materials in the world. It is unaffected by chemical corrosion and can tolerate radiation and compressive forces. It has higher electrical resistance and better heat...