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June 28th, 2004

Production upped from 'beakers to barrels' at Applied NanoWorks

Abstract:
Applied NanoWorks Inc. has created nanoparticles of five materials and is setting its sights on potential clients in the semiconductor industry. Four of those products, unveiled this week, are nano-abrasives made of aluminum oxide, silicon dioxide, cerium dioxide and zirconium dioxide. "These four materials are our major entry," said Eric Burnett, president and CEO of year-old Applied NanoWorks in Watervliet.

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