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QuantumSphere has been asked to provide a capabilities presentation and brief government technical personnel who are pursuing the use of nanomaterials in a variety of Department of Defense applications.

QuantumSphere to Attend Nanoparticle Vendor Day at Picatinny Arsenal

QuantumSphere, Inc

Costa Mesa, CA – November 16, 2004

QuantumSphere, Inc., announced that it will present at a private session at the Picatinny Arsenal November 19th. The invitation-only event provides leading producers of nanomaterials with a forum to brief government officials on their products and production capabilities. Specifically, QuantumSphere has been asked to provide a capabilities presentation and brief government technical personnel who are pursuing the use of nanomaterials in a variety of Department of Defense applications.

QuantumSphere manufactures leading metallic nanopowders for breakthrough propellants, munitions and other energetic applications in the aerospace, defense, energy and other markets demanding advanced material applications.

QuantumSphere enables order-of-magnitude performance improvements for applications by using nanotechnology in existing materials to make new, revolutionary products. The news follows QuantumSphere’s previous announcement that it opened an expanded manufacturing facility in response to demand for the company’s nanoaluminum (n-Al) powder for breakthrough applications in the aerospace and defense markets.

“We are delighted to present at Picatinny Arsenal. Picatinny is the world’s leader in the research, development, engineering, and production support for advanced weapon systems,” said Kevin Maloney, CEO, QuantumSphere, Inc. “The demand for QuantumSphere’s products for breakthrough propellants and munitions for the defense, aerospace and energy markets has been immense, as QuantumSphere enables our customers to achieve results that could never be realized before,” Maloney added.

Picatinny plays a unique role in the United States’ ability to wage war. There is no other comprehensive armaments facility like it in the country. From fuses, propellants, fire control systems, and energetics to the lethal power of mortars, tanks, and artillery, Picatinny manages the process from birth to battlefield.

About QuantumSphere, Inc.

QuantumSphere manufactures leading metallic nanopowders for breakthrough propellants, munitions and other energetic applications in the aerospace, defense, energy and other markets demanding advanced material applications. QuantumSphere’s exclusive manufacturing process provides: consistent, narrow particle size distribution; low level of agglomeration and impurities; custom-tailored oxide shell thickness; and the highest purity metallic nanopowders on the market that are easier to transport and handle. The company manufactures the highest quality of metallic nanopowder in the industry without compromising its commitment to the environment.

No other company offers these performance advantages, as QuantumSphere has a 2-year lead ahead of its competitors. The company will leverage its leading market position in nanoaluminum (n-Al) to introduce nanonickel (n-Ni) applications for fuel cells, and other applications including additives for plastics and electromagnetic frequency shielding applications.

Contact:
Joe Romano
781-279-1320 x 208
jromano@highgroundinc.com

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