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June 29th, 2004

Carbon Nanotechnologies Announces Key Production Process Patent

Abstract:
Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc. (CNI) announced today the issue of a key production process patent for growing single-wall carbon nanotubes on supported catalyst. This patent (U.S. 6,692,717) provides CNI with a complete package of patent coverage for all process routes that are currently considered to have commercial scale-up potential for production of single-wall carbon nanotubes.

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