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December 20th, 2005

2005 Marks A Year of Wins for SiGNa Chemistry

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Having secured a handful of the chemical industry’s biggest players, including: BASF, DuPont, ExxonMobil, Motorola, Pfizer and Shell Chemical as customers, advanced materials startup SiGNa Chemistry LLC looks to maintain its remarkable momentum into 2006 with a growing pipeline of innovations and strategic partnerships. This year’s major customer wins hinged on SiGNa Chemistry’s core technology, an absorption of alkali metals into nanoporous oxides that allows these enabling materials to be utilized with predictable reactivity not otherwise obtainable.

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