SURREY NANOSYSTEMS, Duncan Cooper, Director of Sales and Marketing
AZoM conducted a series of interviews at the 2007 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston between November 27 and 29. Here's what one of the exhibitors had to say when asked about their latest developments, products and technologies.
Surrey Nanosystems builds CVD and PECVD systems for growing carbon nanotubes. They specialize in doing this at low temperatures. Duncan explains the advantages of being able to produce carbon nanotubes at low temperatures, and the implications this has on the semiconductor industry.
The tools that Surrey Nanosystems builds bridge the gap between research and development and mass production.
The Nanogrowth Catalyst, which will be launched in a few months time will be able to grow carbon nanotubes at low temperatures, compatible with CMOS devices. This makes carbon nanotubes a reality for CMOS processing which is the standard semiconductor production process.
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