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July 13th, 2005
Company Profile: SouthWest NanoTechnologies
In 2001, a privately held specialty chemical company was formed in Norman, Okla., to adopt technology evolving from research at the University of Oklahoma.
From that marriage of private and public resources, SouthWest NanoTechnologies has developed into a company that sells single-wall carbon nanotubes for $500 per gram to customers in the United States, Korea, Japan and Germany, said Daniel Resasco, founder and chief scientist for SouthWest NanoTechnologies, as well as the S.A. Wilson Professor of Chemical Engineering and George Lynn Cross Professor, School of Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering at OU.
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