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August 13th, 2003
Nanotech company to codevelop titanium metals for military
A nanotechnology developer and a producer of low cost titanium metals will join forces to further reduce the cost of titanium production using new electrolysis technology. Altair Technologies Inc., based here, said Wednesday (Aug. 13) it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Titanium Metals Corp. to codevelop low cost titanium metals for the military.
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