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From February 16th to 18th, the world's largest nanotechnology exhibition will take place in Tokyo, Japan.
One of the highlights of nano tech 2011 is the "German Pavilion" presenting nanotechnology expertise from Germany in a separate exhibition area.
Particular GmbH is joining the German Pavilion for the first time. The company enriches the technology show by a physical nanoparticle generation process: Particular is the first company to produce nanoparticles in liquids not by chemical synthesis, but by a physical laser ablation process.
These nanoparticles excel in purity and surface activity. They are available from all kinds of metals, alloys, or ceramics, dispersed in water, acetone, and other solvents, and are predestined for quick nanotechnological research and development results. They can also be produced in larger quantities. On the show, Particular will present nanoparticle dispersions from gold, silver, platinum, and titanium.
More information is available on this web page: particular.eu/nano-tech.html
About Particular GmbH
Particular® is a start-up company based in Hannover, northern Germany, that produces nanoparticles using a new innovative method. We stand for high purity, applicational safety, and the largest material variety. Particular processes and delivers nanoparticles of virtually any material dispersed in various liquids.
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