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Cheap Tubes Inc announces a significant price reduction in the cost
of our high quality carbon nanotubes for research and industry. Increased
synergies in our supply line allow us to continue to offer the lowest cost
CNTs to our customers! Please visit our pricelist page to view our new,
CNT prices at http://www.cheaptubesinc.com/pricelist.htm
Cheap Tubes' CNTs can be used for a wide variety of research and commercial applications, including manufacture of CNT-polymeric, plastics, and other composite materials. Industrial grade MWNTs up to >95% purity are available in metric ton quantities (one million grams) for $0.25 per gram). Other, 90% industrial grade MWNTs can be purchased in metric ton quantities for $0.18 per gram. Metric ton quantities have a 90 day lead time. Cheap Tubes can also provide SWNTs, OH or COOH functionalized CNTs, & Short CNTs in purified, OH, or COOH functional content.
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