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May 18th, 2005

Pick and Place Nanocomposites

Abstract:
The Smart Blender, developed by Professor David Zumbrunnen of Clemson University in South Carolina, USA, folds rather than mixes previously unmixable polymers through a controlled and repeatable stretching and folder on the micro- and then nano-scale.

Source:
Plastics in Packaging

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