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    Hyperion Catalysis International is the world leader in carbon nanotube development and commercialization. Founded in 1982 to develop novel forms and morphologies of carbon, Hyperion Catalysis'...
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    Formerly known as Nanotechnologies, Inc., NovaCentrix is a materials and equipment manufacturer providing nano-enabled products, processes and solutions that encompass ink and photonic curing...
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    Grafen Chemical Industries (GCI) is a leader in the fabrication and application of carbon nanomaterials, novel family of broad range of materials with miraculous electrical, mechanical, chemical...
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    Realizing graphene's potential — Graphene is one of the strongest, most thermally and electrically conductive materials known. Vorbeck Material is making this promising material a reality...
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    Nanocyl SA is the world leader in the commercialization and production of industrial multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) and conductive masterbatches. The Belgium-based company was founded in...
  • Article - 27 Jun 2006
    Much of the recent nanotechnology/nanomaterial hype has centred around carbon nanotubes, sometimes also referred to as buckytubes. This article looks at the amazing properties of this material,...
  • Article - 27 May 2008
    This article shows the properties and applications of single walled and mutli walled carbon nanotubes
  • News - 26 Mar 2009
    As a first, BASF is launching a plastic containing carbon nanotubes (CNT) onto the market. This material is Ultraform N2320 C, a polyoxymethylene (POM, also: polyacetal) that, thanks to the novel...
  • Article - 17 Jun 2004
    Carbon nanotubes or buckytubes can be used in place of carbon black or graphite fibres to make conductive polymers. Buckytube loadings are lower compared to more conventional fillers for reasons and...
  • Article - 7 Jun 2011
    Silver nanoparticles have unique optical, electrical, and thermal properties and are being incorporated into products that range from photovoltaics to biological and chemical sensors. Described herein...