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October 5th, 2004

CNI Announces Patent for Composites Containing Nanotubes

Abstract:
Carbon Nanotechnologies, Inc (CNI) announced today the issue of U.S. Patent 6,790,425 B1 for both pure and composite materials containing derivitized single-wall carbon nanotubes in substantial alignment with one another. This patent paves the way for commercial products with superior performance characteristics, such as plastics with electrical conductivity, improved fibers for bullet-proof vests, plastic parts that are stronger and longer lasting, and flat panel TVs and displays which are brighter, longer lasting, and consume less energy.

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