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    Alchimer is a recognized provider of nanometric films for a variety of microelectronic and MEMS applications, including through-silicon vias (TSVs) for 3D packaging and wafer-level interconnects....
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    Ionotec is a research and development company serving a number of major clients in those areas of materials science which are related particularly to electrochemistry. We also manufacture ceramic...
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    Founded in 1984, Novellus Systems Inc. is a leading supplier of chemical vapor deposition (CVD), physical vapor deposition (PVD), electrochemical deposition (ECD), chemical mechanical...
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    Avantama is the worldwide leader in the tailor-made development and production of nanoparticles and dispersions. Avantama offers assistance in product or prototype development in the form of projects...
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    Nasiol is the registered trade mark of Artekya Ltd. Co., which is the main and pioner manufacturer of protective nano coating materials in Turkey and Europe. Artekya is an off-shoot of Istanbul...
  • News - 28 Aug 2017
    Lithium-ion batteries have been behind a number of recent fires and meltdowns due to short-circuiting in mobile devices despite being extensively used in mobile devices from laptops to cell phones and...
  • News - 3 Jul 2010
    NEXX Systems, a leading provider of processing equipment for advanced wafer-level packaging applications, today announced the shipment of its 50th Stratus electrochemical deposition system, to be...
  • Article - 25 Aug 2016
    The electrogenic bacterium Geobacter sulfurreducens has the potential to oxidize organic compounds and move the released electrons to a conductive substrate.
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    Semicore is a manufacturer and worldwide supplier for the electronics, optical, solar energy, medical, automotive, military and related high technology industries. Our high-performance...
  • Article - 4 Mar 2011
    This report effectively demonstrates the ability of the FlexAFM to monitor morphological changes during electrodeposition of material on an electrode surface.