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).+22 Other Responses
Are there rechargable nano battery's that can be charged 30mv? I know that there is a switch that needs a certain amount of voltage to charge up a rechargable battery.I found an electric source that gives off 30mv. I believe this source would be able to power nano electronic devices. A carbon nanotube would be just small enough to capture and conduct this electric charge. Graphene may possibly be used as a conductor as well.Also , is it possible to charge a rechargable battery and then once that is fully charged have it charge another rechargable battery that is slightly larger and so on? I asked that last question because i would like to know if i could use this electricity on a larger scale. I don't want to give away the electric source unless i'm sure it would be confidential. If you absolutely need the electric source to answer my questions i guess i could disclose that information if you ask me.+6 Other Responses
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.
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Chemicals Industry Webinar
Zintro is proud to launch a new free webinar series titled "chemical industry insights & innovation". It will cover the most important trends impacting all sectors of the chemical industry and will be presented by top business and technical experts who are part of the zintro community.
We are pleased to invite you to the first installment of the series on thursday, june 19th at 1.00 pm (et). Our first presenter is david a. Hurwitz, managing director of edica-garnett partners llc, a global strategy and execution consultancy.
"evolving coatings industry, emerging technology - a look ahead...A glimpse at the past!"
click here (or copy into your browser) to register (free): http://bit.Ly/1l3tzto
the coatings industry continues to evolve. To the outsider, much might look the same as it did just a decade or two ago. To the insider, industry restructuring and globalization have changed its footprint, regulations have impacted formulations, product stewardship is adding new business challenges, and technology has evolved such that products are actually different in some meaningful ways from the clean air act became law in the united states over 40 years ago. This look at how things have changed but also at how some things have remained the same, provides one observer's view of the paints and coatings industry, key participants, and the drivers that continue to shape the industry and inspire continued innovation.
About david a. Hurwitz:
david has worked for over twenty years in chemical industry consulting. Addressing specialty chemicals, polymers, advanced materials, fine chemical and many downstream industries. He received a b.S. Degree in chemical engineering from cornell university, an m.S. Degree in chemical engineering from washington university in st. Louis, and an m.B.A. From the university of chicago. David is active in the societe de chemie industrielle - american section, the american institute of chemical engineers and the american chemical society.
Click here (or copy into your browser) to register (free): http://bit.Ly/1l3tzto+8 Other Responses