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August 23rd, 2004

Henkel Group Develops Innovative Cleaning Solvents Using Nanotechnology

Abstract:
The Henkel Group, a global manufacturer of some of the world's best-know consumer and industrial brands,
recently developed an innovative cleaning substance that mimics glass in order to keep reflective surfaces free from dirt and debris. This new cleaning solvent is rooted in nanotechnology and is just one example of the pioneering technologies currently being developed by the Henkel Group. The cleaning solvent is composed of microscopic spheres measuring just 9 - 12 x 10-6 mm, generally referred to as nanoparticles.

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