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    Malvern Panalytical technologies are used by scientists and engineers in a wide range of industries and organizations to solve the challenges associated with maximizing productivity, developing better...
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    Altair Nanomaterials, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Altair Nanotechnologies Inc. Altair owns a proprietary technology for making nanocrystalline materials of unique quality, economically and...
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    KMML is the only integrated titanium dioxide facility having mining, mineral separation, synthetic rutile and pigment-production plants. Apart from producing rutile grade titanium dioxide pigment...
  • News - 9 Jun 2021
    Throughout the world, the Earth system has thousands of terragrams (Tg) (1 Tg = 10 12 g) of mineral nanoparticles traveling around the planet every year. Colorimetric reaction catalyzed by the...
  • News - 29 Jul 2015
    I-Minerals Inc. is pleased to announce that it has received a report from a leading academic halloysite researcher that covers the results of comparative testing of I-Minerals' HalloPure...
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    The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, CSIRO, is Australia’s premier research organisation which provides scientific solutions to industry, governments and communities...
  • News - 17 Dec 2021
    A novel photocatalytic material consisting of TiO2/Graphene utilizing the hydrothermal process has been discussed by the latest research in Chemical Engineering Journal. This research contributes to...
  • News - 6 Dec 2021
    Researchers at Missouri S&T are demonstrating a new two-dimensional material heterostructure – a basic building block for advanced semiconductor devices – that has great potential for...
  • News - 7 Dec 2020
    University of Arkansas researchers Marco Fielder and Arun Nair have conducted the first study of the combined nanoscale effects of water and mineral content on the deformation mechanisms and thermal...
  • News - 17 Sep 2019
    Researchers at The University of Manchester discovered that atomically- thin micas – the name given to a type of common mineral found in soil – are excellent proton conductors. This...