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High Quality, Low Cost Carbon Nanotubes now available
June 03, 2005
Cheap Tubes, Inc. announces the immediate availability of economically priced Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs), for a wide range of research and industrial applications.
Standard CNTs available from stock include both Single-Walled Nanotubes (SWNTs) and Multi-Walled Nanotubes (MWNTs), in quantities ranging from one gram to kilograms and larger amounts. Both SWNTs and MWNTs are available in purified forms, or else functionalized with -OH or -COOH groups to facilitate their use in various applications. Other types of CNTs, including "as produced mwnts" are available upon request. Amine Functionalized CNTs coming soon, as well as short <2000nm length SWNTs and MWNTs.
Cheap Tubes' CNTs can be used for a wide variety of commercial applications, including manufacture of CNT-polymeric composite materials, industrial grade MWNTs up to >95% purity are available in metric ton quantities (one million grams) for $0.40 per gram). Other, 80%-90% MWNTs can be purchased in metric ton quantities for $0.25 per gram. Metric ton quantities have a 90 day lead time.
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