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April 17th, 2003
Nanophase announces commercial availability of innovative nanomaterials
Nanophase Technologies announced what it believes is the first commercial nanoscale availability of an innovative family of high surface area, very pure nanocrystalline rare earth oxides. These nanomaterials are targeted at a wide variety of potential applications, including fuel cells, chemical-mechanical polishing, ultrafine polishing, catalytic converters, and catalysis.
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