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September 13th, 2010

ATMI, CVD, SiGen introduce a new class of components

Abstract:
ATMI and Ovonyx reported progress toward the commercialization of germanium antimony telluride-based phase change memory devices using chemical vapor deposition processes. Not to be outdone, Silicon Genesis (SiGen) has started production of solar wafers using its new high volume manufacturing system, dubbed PolyMax.

Graphene Laboratories will provide marketing of the new products with the CVDGraphene trademark for sale worldwide.

Graphene is a carbon nanomaterial film that is only one atom thick and has unique electrical and mechanical properties as well as supreme stability and durability. CVD grown graphene is projected to be used for production of graphene-based electronics, sensors, MEMS and solar batteries.

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