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Home > Press > American Elements Announces I-Mite™ Indium Nanoparticles for Next Generation Transparent Anti-Static Packaging and Coatings

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American Elements announced today I-Mite™, a new nanoscale indium powder, which can be produced in commercial scale batches to meet the needs of many recently developed transparent anti-static coatings and surfaces.

American Elements Announces I-Mite™ Indium Nanoparticles for Next Generation Transparent Anti-Static Packaging and Coatings

Los Angeles, CA | Posted on August 29th, 2008

American Elements announced today I-Mite™, a new nanoscale indium powder, which can be produced in commercial scale batches to meet the needs of many recently developed transparent anti-static coatings and surfaces.

I-Mite™ combines anti-static, transparency, and scratch resistant properties to create an ideal next generation material for electronic packaging, flat panel displays, clean room surfaces and many other applications. Additionally, I-Mite™ indium nanoparticles are electronically conductive. This property is currently being investigated for application in future photovoltaic (solar energy) cell designs and in medical and bioscience imaging technologies.

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American Elements is America's leading manufacturer and supplier of engineered and advanced material products with manufacturing and distribution offices in Europe, Asia and South America.

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