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September 8th, 2004
Tennis racquet benefits from nanocomposites
Finnish sports equipment firm Amer Group has used nanocomposite technology in the manufacture of a tennis racquet.
The Wilson nCode uses nanotechnology fibres in strategic places of the frame to give “greater comfort, touch and power transmission” according to the company.
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