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July 27th, 2004

Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc. Announces the Allowance of a U.S. Patent

Abstract:
Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc. (CNI) announced today the allowance of a U.S. Patent for contacting single-wall carbon nanotubes with catalytic metal and then activating the catalyst. The technology provides CNI with important coverage for the use of single-wall carbon nanotubes in applications where they support metal catalysts, such as in fuel cell electrodes.

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