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April 14th, 2004

Applied NanoWorks announces Pinnacle AF Zinc Oxide in 2-6nm

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Applied NanoWorks, Inc. today announced the immediate availability of PinnacleAF Zinc Oxide nano-colloid deliverable in 25g to multiple kilogram production volumes. The 2-6nm particle size zinc oxide is agglomerate free and delivered in an environmentally safe water suspension. The PinnacleAF Zinc Oxide offers an estimated 400% improvement in UV absorption levels and an estimated 500% increase in particle surface area compared to existing 15-20 nm zinc oxide nano powders.

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