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Cheap Tubes announces price reduction for CNTs

Posted on November 18, 2005

Cheap Tubes, Inc. has significantly reduced our already low prices for high quality, low cost Carbon Nanotubes. Our supplier wants to sell more CNTs so he reduced our costs and today Cheap Tubes is announcing an across the board price cut. Customers will pay and average of 25-50% less from now on to purchase Cheap Tubes Inc.'s high quality, low cost Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs).

Cheap Tubes's CNTs can be used for a wide range of research and industrial applications.

For more information about CNT applications, please visit www.cheaptubesinc.com/applications.htm

Standard CNTs available from stock include both Single-Walled Nanotubes (SWNTs) and Multi-Walled Nanotubes (with or without functional groups attached) are also available.

For more information about CNT prices, please visit www.cheaptubesinc.com/pricelist.htm

Industrial grade MWNTs up to >95% purity are available in metric ton quantities (one million grams) for $0.35 per gram). Other, 85% MWNTs can be purchased in metric ton quantities for $0.22 per gram. Metric ton quantities have a 90 day lead time and requires advanced deposit. Cheap Tubes also carries a line of chiral reagents, and intermediaries, for more information, please visit our website.

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Contact:
Mike Foley
802.254.6969
Fax: 802.254.7070
Mike@CheapTubesInc.com

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