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January 22nd, 2004

Nanophase announces commercial availability of new nanomaterial

Abstract:
Nanophase Technologies Corporation announced (on Jan. 16) commercial availability of a new nanomaterial from the Company’s patented PVS technology. The new nanomaterial, tin oxide, is approximately 30 nanometers with tight particle size distribution and is targeted for electronic applications and transparent conductive coatings.

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