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November 18th, 2004

Nano tech spurs big-time experiments at UoP

Abstract:
For the industry using plasma for different purposes, this is a unique exercise that holds the promise of securing nano materials on a fairly large scale. In the words of researchers at the University of Pune (UoP)s department of physics, it is "from the usual micro-gram quantity to gram quantity."

The application of such high quantum nano materials are wide-ranging from wear resistance multi-layer nano coatings to catalysis in power generation, refractories for hitech ceramics and several other fields.

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