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August 26th, 2003

Applied NanoMaterials to Produce Revolutionary Inorganic Nanotubes

Abstract:
Applied NanoMaterials announced that it will manufacture and sell a new and superior kind of inorganic nanotubes for highly sophisticated products such as advanced generation high resolution flat panel displays and atomic force microscopes (AFMs). Inorganic nanotubes are considered to be the ideal material for tomorrow’s nano electronic devices. In many cases they can be used to replace silicon and so have many additional potential applications including semiconductor devices, sensors, biosensors, and nano-motors.

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