Asemblon, Inc. is a Seattle area company specializing in the emerging field
of self-assembled monolayers or SAMs.
Our two areas of business are the production of high purity alkanethiols for
use in SAMs and a R&D project to store and transport hydrogen in the form
of a proprietary liquid.
Asemblon was founded by some of the world's foremost experts in the field
of SAMs. The head of our Scientific Advisory Board is Dr. Buddy Ratner, a pioneer
in the study of SAMs in surface chemistry. Our scientific staff has 22 years
of combined experience in this field.
Our commitment is to produce the purest alkanethiols available anywhere.
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