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  • Supplier Profile
    Located in Vermont, Cheap Tubes is a leading supplier of Carbon Nanotubes & Graphene products.  We will soon enter the Silver Nanowire and ITO alternative ink markets. Every order we...
  • News - 18 Mar 2008
    The unique complex designed and built from several units by specialists of the Closed Joint-Stock Company “Innovations of the Leningrad Institutes and Enterprises” (St. Petersburg) enables...
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    Sigma-Aldrich® is a leading high-technology company. Through our Materials Chemistry Centers of Excellence in research and manufacturing we develop advanced, enabling materials for your...
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    Nano-C is developing the leading technology for the manufacture of commercial scale, high-purity fullerenes and other nanoscale fullerenic materials. Originally invented by Nano-C Founder and MIT...
  • News - 12 Dec 2012
    An insight into the properties of fullerene is set to open the door to a new class of electronic acceptors which can be used to build better and cheaper organic solar cells. Organic solar cells...
  • Article - 25 May 2022
    This article discusses the properties, advantages, limitations, and applications of fullerenes in the energy storage industry.
  • News - 9 Jun 2022
    In a study published in the journal Materials Today Communications, density functional theory (DFT) was used in a novel effort to investigate the adsorption of fluoroquinolone (FQ) on magnesium-,...
  • News - 28 Jan 2016
    Organic/polymer solar cells represent the most important direction for green energy in the future. Fullerene electron acceptors have been widely used in organic/polymer solar cells as well as...
  • Article - 16 Jul 2011
    Aldrich Materials Science, in partnership with TDA Research, is pleased to introduce purified Small-Gap Fullerenes (SGFs). The small band gap properties of these fullerenes are excellent for use in...
  • Article - 23 Oct 2003
    Frontier Carbon Corporation, a joint venture between Mitsubishi Chemicals and Mitsubishi Corp intend to be producing commercial quatities of fullerene in early 2002. They will be using patented...