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February 12th, 2004

Coming - Mercs that are tough to scratch

Abstract:
Manufacturer DaimlerChrysler has come up with a new type of paintwork that is manipulated at the molecular level to be at least three times as scratch-resistant as normal paint. It is believed to be the first automotive application of nanotechnology - a manufacturing science that is based on the smallest building blocks: atoms and molecules. (Ed.'s note: there are other automotive applications

Source:
Straits Times

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