Continental Carbon Nanotechnologies, Inc.
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Carbon Nanotechnologies, Inc. (CCNI) was created in May 2009 to
provide the industry with leading edge carbon based Nanomaterials. The
company combines the decades long expertise of Continental Carbon
Company (CCC) with the groundbreaking innovations pioneered by CNI, the
company founded by a Nobel Prize winning professor from Rice University
in Houston, the late Dr. Rick Smalley.
Carbon Nanotubes represent the next generation of raw materials
useful in a wide range of applications including:
- Electrostatic and thermal dissipation
- Electromagnetic shielding
- Composite material constructions
Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) are tubular cylinders of carbon atoms that
have extraordinary electrical, mechanical, optical, thermal, and
Individual carbon nanotubes can conduct electricity better than
copper, possess higher tensile strength than steel, and conduct heat
better than diamond. In electronic applications, carbon nanotubes can
possess higher mobilities than single crystal silicon. All this in a
material that is over 10,000 times thinner than a human hair.
There are multiple forms of carbon nanotubes, varying in diameter,
length, number of walls and in the tendency of the nanotubes to form
ropes and bundles of tubes. Some forms of carbon nanotubes are metallic
and highly conducting; other forms are semiconducting, and can form the
basis of electronic switches.
- Fullerene Carbon Nanotubes
- Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes
- Carbon Nanotube Blends
- Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes