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NanoDynamics™ & Ames Goldsmith Establish Strategic Alliance in NanoSilver PowderBuffalo, NY | August 17, 2005
NanoDynamics™, a leading nanotechnology organization and manufacturer of superior nanomaterials, has announced that a long-term strategic agreement has been reached with Ames Goldsmith (Glens Falls, NY) relating to the manufacturer and sales of NDSilver™ nanosilver powders. In particular, the companies will collaborate on products targeted for key market opportunities in the electronics area. This strategic partnership builds upon NanoDynamics' proprietary expertise in nanomaterials technology and the proven customer support abilities of Ames Goldsmith, and is expected to accelerate the commercialization of new products with real benefits to customers.
NDSilver™ is a new line of nanosilver powders and when integrated into Ames Goldsmith's existing silver powder and flake products, assures a leadership role in the emerging use of nanosilver powders in electronics, medical, biocidal, and other applications. NDSilver™ powders are high purity, mono dispersed, spherical, and are available in dry or wet form in a range of particle sizes from 10-100 nanometers. The commercialization of nanosilver powder opens up many new opportunities, especially in the use of silver in novel deposition methods such as ink jetting and electrophoretic deposition at greatly reduced firing temperatures. Ames Goldsmith prides itself in customizing products according to each customer's special requirements.
About NanoDynamics, Inc.:
For more information, please visit www.nanodynamics.com
About Ames Goldsmith:
For more information, please visit www.amesgoldsmith.comNanoDynamics Contact:
VP Market/Business Development
Ames Goldsmith Contacts:
Director Business Development
Dr. Michael Herman
Materials Development Manager
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