Nanophase announces new material availability

July 19, 2006 – Nanophase Technologies, a Romeoville, Ill., maker of nanomaterials and advanced nanoengineered products, announced the commercial availability of nanocrystalline tin oxide produced by the company’s patented NanoArc synthesis process using its most recent advances in finite particle size control.

The company said its NanoArc tin oxide consists of non-porous, dense, discrete particles with an average size of approximately 20 nanometers. The new nanoengineered material is available as solid nanoparticles or as a highly stable dispersion in either aqueous or various organic media at high concentrations. It is expected to be suitable for a wide range of applications, including electrical and electronic components, antistatic coatings, polishing of various media, advanced ceramics and industrial catalysts.

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