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December 18th, 2007

New nanotech products and fuel cell components in tech firm catalogue - 18th December 2007

Abstract:
Fuel cell and platinum catalyst manufacturer Alfa Aesar is set to release its new product catalogue in January, it has been announced.

The 2008/09 Catalog of Research Chemicals, Metals and Materials features over 30,000 products, some 3,000 of which are new.

Among the range are fuel cell components, metal fuel cell catalysts and pure metals, alloys, analytical standards and catalyst/ligand kits.

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