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    Stabilizing nanoparticles in solution dictates whether your product will fully benefit from nanotechnology. Traditional dispersing methods used for particles and pigments don't work. That's...
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    Cambrios is the leader in nanotechnology-based solutions to enable the development of electronic devices with transparent conductors. Their proprietary nanostructured materials can be deposited...
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    Nanomag has secured new technology manufacturing functional powders such as metal powder and ceramics powder using nano technology. We manufacture and research CeO2 powder for CMP which is...
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    KINTEC Company aims at supplying high quality indium-tin-oxide (ITO) coated glasses and other TCO substrates at a low price, which is particularly suitable for the academic and research...
  • Article - 16 Apr 2004
    Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have developed a way to spontaneously form microscopic zinc oxide ribbons into coils of slinky-like perfect rings. Posted April 9 2004
  • Article - 27 Feb 2004
    Researchers at Georgia Tech have created nanorings from single crystals of zinc oxide (ZnO). The way in which these structures were produced is desxcribed along with potenatial applications for the...
  • Article - 25 Jul 2005
    Semiconducting oxide nanobelts (or nanoribbons) have unique properties which make them very appealing to manufacturers of sensors, transistors and other electronic devices. Industry uses for...
  • Article - 6 Apr 2013
    The numerous research activities based on nanoparticles have helped to pave the way for these particles to be widely used today. This article discusses the properties and applications of indium tin...
  • News - 24 Apr 2015
    For the first time, germanium nanowires have been deposited on indium tin oxide substrate by a simple, one-step process called electrodeposition. The Impact The germanium nanowires produced...
  • News - 9 Apr 2009
    Indium tin oxide (ITO), with all of its faults and inadequacies, will continue to dominate the transparent conductor industry for the foreseeable future, according to NanoMarkets, an industry analysis...