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Home > Press > Hamburger nano specialist enlarges the CANdots® product Series by fluorescent nanocrystals Series A plus

Abstract:
The nanoexperts from the Hamburger Center for Applied nanotechnology (CAN) GmbH will expand their product portfolio by the fluorescent nanocrystals Series A plus. These are inorganic semiconductor core/shell particles with an elongated morphology. Owing their long lasting experience in the production and modification of nanoparticles as well as close collaborations with customers this new system has been developed at CAN, which is highly suitable for demanding applications. CANdots® Series A plus - nanocrystals show extremely high quantum efficiency, an enhanced processability as well as an intense absorption coefficient in the high energy region. Their brightness is two to four folds higher compared to conventional dots.

Hamburger nano specialist enlarges the CANdots® product Series by fluorescent nanocrystals Series A plus

Hamburg, Germany | Posted on May 8th, 2013

For the first time, this new product series will be presented at the NSTI Nanotech (13th thorugh 16th of May) in Washington, one of the most significant show for nanotechnology worldwide. CAN is going to participate the show on the joint stand with the VDI as well as the „Nano in Germany" association on booth No. 301. Accounting the close collaboration with the specialty chemical distributor STREM chemicals an introduction of this new product into their catalogue will happen during the event. Through their catalogue these bright nanocrystals can be directly ordered in the colors green, orange and red.

"We will take the opportunity during this show to socialize with companies and institutions for strategic and commercial partnerships in nanotechnology in order to intensify our research and development activities.", says Dr. Frank Schröder-Oeynhausen, Chief of Operation at CAN.

The nano joint stand from VDI offers a broad range of German companies, institutions and research centers which are engaged in national and international nanotechnology development. It offers a central platform for highlighting research activities as well as presenting newest developments in the area of nanotechnology products and their application. Simultaneously, the joint venture booth is an expression for the integrity of the German business location.

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About CAN GmbH
CAN GmbH offer companies and other institutions bilateral contract R&D services in the area of nanotechnology. Furthermore, CAN GmbH participate in national and international research programs. They focus on the utilization of new concepts in nanochemistry, especially in the fields of material science (components for solar and fuel cells), life science (diagnostic agents) and home & personal care / industry (cosmetics, detergents, specialty polymers).

Their main expertise is the production of various nanoscaled materials like fluorescent, magnetic and catalytically-active nanocrystals. These products are marketed under the brand CANdots® and are dispersible in polar or unpolar media readily available for applications in research and industry.

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Contacts:
Herr Dipl.-Chem. Daniel Neß
Marketing & Sales CANdots

Center for Applied Nanotechnology (CAN) GmbH
Grindelallee 117, Room 459
20146 Hamburg, Germany
Tel.: +49.40.428 38 - 8007
FAX: +49.40.428 38 - 6655

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