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Nanomaterials And Nanocompounds Production

We shorten and simplify process of new nanomaterial discovery with our novel method. Looking to identify problems in nanomaterial industry.  we’re a technology company and the core of our business in providing our technology and method to partner companies. We have a novel method for producing nanomaterials and nanocompounds using adiabatic compression of gaseous precursors. Method can work with a variety of materials and yield high quality results. We are looking for advices from industry experts to help identify problems in nanomaterial industry that can be solved with our method as well as referrals from agents to potential clients & partners. More about our method:1. Scalable;2. Works with a variety of materials and compounds - with almost any simple matter that can be transformed in gaseous form;3. Low costs - due to adiabatic nature of the method;4. High material quality (purity, monodispersity);5. Possibility to produce new nanomaterials and compaunds, that don’t exist on the market yet. Properties we can control:1. Purity (demonstrated 99.99%). Can be higher, depends only on the purity of precursors;2. 95% monodispersity - less than 5% of particles deviate from defined diameter;3. Specific surface area up to 1500 м2/g;4. Structural modifications (nanopowders with crystalline, amophrous and thread-like structure).

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    Dr. DEEPAK |Zintro Expert

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    Samuel |Principal

    Hello I've worked as a consultant to the *****stry for over a decade, so I expect I ca...

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    Amitava |Chief Consultant & Proprietor

    Your project looks interesting. Having been involved with a variety of chemical engineering projects...

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Nanotechnology Applications

Hi my question is: if a raw material (tio2) meets the particle size for not being a nanomaterial, what can be the other characteristics to make the substance a nanomaterial? We had a pharma product refused because of the tio2 in the composition "characteristics" even if we provided the particle size test as being way above the nanoscale. No details provided yet :( thank you.

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    Magnus |Assistant Professor

    Hi Alex I read your inquiry regarding TiO2 and I wondered about the ***** the questions is. Is y...

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    Bouzid |SVP, SA

    Ok. I can answer your question. Can you call me by phone? Regards Dr. Bouzid Menaa...

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    Wilmont |Principal

    We can discuss your *****ods and physical characteristics of your TiO2 versus the custome...

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Engineered Nanoparticles, Nanotechnology, Microelectromechanical Systems

Would it be possible with today’s technology to manipulate cnts and mems in order to create temperature sensitive self-adjusting clothing? Specifically, clothing that will regulate in temperature according to the wearers body heat fluctuations. So when the person is hot, the garment reacts by decreasing in temperature to even out the wearers temperature and vice versa. Thanks.

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    Glenn |Partner

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    Mark |consultant

    I'd be happy to describe the pros and cons of the concept. My ***** an hour consult is $100. I ha...

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    shulamit |IP Manager

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Nanotechnology Applications

Hi, my name is margie and i live in nor cal. My question is this, agi is virtually undetectable in a nano sate as i understand it. But, when inhaled a nano particle can do damage ten fold over. I don't know if this correct or not, but does silver iodide agi bio accumulate or bio magnify? And, how would someone test for this substance and others in a nano state?

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    Joe |technical Director

    Nanoparticles can be seen by SEM and by ICPAES. We run these at everyday. No problem. Silver iodide ...

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    Christie |Senior Scientist

    Hi, I do not completely understand your question, but I research the effects of inhaled nanoparticl...

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    Arun |Chief Scientist Neuracon Biotech Inc

    Yes I can discuss on this topic this is my area of expertise let me know Dr.Arun...

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Nanomaterials

We have developed an adiabatic compression method for producing nanomaterials. The main benefits are: monodispersity, very high purity (depends only on the purity of precursors), low energy consumption and possibility to produce new nanomaterials and compounds that were not produced before. We are looking for advices and advisors to find applications of nanomaterials with high purity (99,8% and up) and monodispersity (95%) as well as demand for developing new nanocompounds.

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    Sundar |SME on Biosensors, Biomaterials, Medical

    Is your process competitive enough to compete with the existing manufacturing process (irrespective ...

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    Muthuramalingam |Zintro Expert

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Graphene Nanotechnology

Seeking forecast info on use of graphene nanotechnology in solar energy systems for commercial and industrial real estate development

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    Prashanth |Co-Founder/ VP of Technology Development

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    James |Consultant

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    Paul |CEO

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Nanotechnology

The zintro blog needs you!i'm looking for your expert opinion on the news below and a written response that is one to three paragraphs long.Your response may be used in an article that i will write and post on the zintro site.You will be named in the article and a link to your profile will be included.Your contribution is voluntary(there is no direct payment involved,but you will get lots of traffic to your expert profile).If interested,please send me your response via znotes within the next few days. By modifying cellulose fibers and applying thin chemical coating,researchers created a new type of paper that repels a wide range of liquids.Using nanometer and micron-scale structures and a surface fluorocarbon,the advanced paper could be used for inexpensive biomedical diagnostics,where liquid samples flow along patterns printed on the paper using special hydrophobic ink.With appropriate reagents,could the technology show the presence of diseases? This is a great marketing opportunity to get your name and expert opinion published on our blog.Here is a sample: http://blog.Zintro.Com/2012/01/16/keystone-xl-pipeline-pros-and-cons/ please include your full name,we will link it to your expert profile,getting you more presence on zintro.If you have any questions,please let me know. Thank you! idil kan

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    Brajesh |Professor

    I can help with this. Send me more details of this product. Which area you want me to focus on in t...

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    Chris |President

    Idil, I can take this on. When do you need it by? Sincerely, Chris...

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Separation Of Nanomaterial

We are interested in the services of an expert consultant in the field of separation science as it applies to separation of particles dispersed in a liquid, our company, synthesizes metallic nano particles in a liquid, and we want to separate them by size and shape.

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    Jason |President

    I may be able to help, depending on your requirements. My previous and current company has been invo...

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    Richard |President

    I've been working with metallic particles (micro and nano) for the last 15+ years. Much of it is in...

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    Kenneth |Director of Operations

    You might want to start with a hydroclone. I can help with that....

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Nanotechnology

I am an independent writer for zintro. I would like to invite you to comment on the question below. Your response may be used in a blog article that i will write and post on the zintro blog site. I am looking for your expert opinion on the question below as a written response that is one to three paragraphs. If your response is used, you will be named in the article and a link to your expert profile will be included. Question: the field of nanotechnology has made tremendous progress in medicine, electronics, and materials. As nanotechnology products begin to enter commercial markets, what are its greatest challenges? Where are it’s greatest strengths? We are excited about your participation in the zintro q&a as it gives us the chance to promote our experts. If you are interested, please send me your response via znotes in the next day or two. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thank you. Maureen aylward

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    Sean |President

    The field of nanotechnology has made tremendous progress in medicine, electronics, and *****...

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    Keith |CEO

    Dear Maureen-Aylward: In response to your questions: As nanotechnology products begin to enter c...

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    thomas |President

    Hi Maureen: Here is my take on your questions. Nanotechnology is already transforming our lives wi...

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Nanomaterials

Carbon nanotubes technology due diligence

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    Rogelio |President

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    Deepak |Consultant with Nano, Clean-Tech, IT Pro

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Antimicrobial Coating - Nanotechnology

We are looking to talk with an expert about an antimicrobial coating that lasts well in normal working environment, nontoxic to humans.

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    Frank |Director of Operations

    We are developing an antimicrobial that is non-toxic, transparent, long-lasting, and active at very ...

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    Charles |CEO

    Hi there antimicrobial; I am an expert at liposome nanotechnologies. It may be a simple task to inco...

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    Marc |Sr. Development Scientist and Principal

    Would you please clarify somewhat? Are you: 1. Looking to ***** coating 2. Looking to purch...

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Nanotechnology

I´m looking for experts on nanotechnology who has a production experience. Lab experience not preferred. They must be able to share their success experiences on the use of nanotechnologies with others stake holders.

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    vis |Zintro Expert

    What type of nanotechnology? Gold nanoparticles?...

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    Muhammad |Product Engineer, Project Manager

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