CNI, Entegris to develop polymer products

May 19, 2004 — Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc. (Profile, News, Web) has teamed up with Chaksa, Minn.-based materials maker Entegris Inc. to commercialize polymer products enhanced by CNI’s carbon nanotubes, according to a news release.

Houston-based CNI’s single-wall nanotubes will be incorporated into Entegris’ products, developed for such applications as semiconductors, data storage devices, pharmaceuticals, and fuel cells. The cylindrical polymers of pure carbon, which are prized for their high strength, low weight and efficient conductivity, are expected to boost the performance of Entegris’ next-generation products, the release said.


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