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    Fractal Systems Inc. (FSI) was founded in 1997 to conduct cutting edge research and development (R&D) on conductive polymers, nanomaterials and nanocomposites for electronic and electrochemical...
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    Pixelligent Technologies, producer of PixClear™, is an innovator in manufacturing high-quality nanocrystal dispersions and polymer nanocomposites for the electronics, semiconductor and...
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    MBN Nanomaterialia SpA developed a proprietary process for producing Mechanomade® powders by HIGH ENERGY MILLING. This process is highly flexible and allows the production of nanophased materials by...
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    InMat®, Inc., headquartered in Hillsborough, New Jersey, U.S.A. is a leading company in the field of nanocomposite coatings that dramatically improve the barrier properties of polymers and...
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    hanse chemie has been active in the field of chemical nanotechnology since 1997. Using an innovative, modified sol-gel-process, the company now manufactures spherical nanoparticles enabling the...
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    Metamaterials are nanoscale structures that have been engineered to exhibit properties not found in nature. These extraordinary substances herald a revolution in the field of materials technology that...
  • Article - 6 Oct 2005
    Researchers at Queen Mary, University of London and the Universite Paris Sud have used Accelrys' density functional theory (DFT) code CASTEP to study the formation of clay-polymer nanocomposite...
  • Article - 12 Oct 2008
    Clays have been used as low cost fillers and extenders, at the 20-30 weight percent (wt%) level since Adam was a lad. These phase separated microcomposites offered improved rigidity but less strength,...
  • Article - 4 Mar 2010
    This article outlined how nanotechnology is being used for water purification. In particular it focuses on biofouling resistant silver-polysulfone composite membrane.
  • Article - 10 Mar 2016
    For a truly non-destructive characterization of nanostructures, small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) is an ideal method, and it can be performed to compliment other methods, e.g. atomic force...