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Use of Nanotechnology is increasing rapidly day by day. There are lots of researches going on by various researchers around the world. Nanomaterials are finding their application in almost every product used in day to day life. It increases the properties of basic material many folds.

Nanoshel Launches Graphene Nanoplatelets

Delaware, USA | Posted on March 13th, 2013

Nanotechnology is spreading its wings rapidly. There are lots of researches going on around the world and various improved products are coming up using nanomaterials.

Nanoshel is manufacturer and supplier of carbon nanotubes. The company is based in US and is dealing with clients worldwide. More than 100 types of nanotubes are being manufactured by Nanoshel which includes Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes, Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes, COOH Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes and Single Layer Graphene of various lengths.

The CEO of the company, Mr. Abhishek Gupta said, "Nanoshel is looking forward to strengthen the base of scope of Nanotechnology. We have seen an enormous increase in the demand of products manufactured using nanoproducts. Nanoshel is opening its doors for the young and fresh talented students who want to do research and development in nano field."

We have recently launched Graphene Oxide, Electrical Grade Graphene and Bilayer Graphene which can be used in various biodevices. Graphene coatings find their application in various areas. these coatings stop corrosion 100 times better.

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