Article - 15 Mar 2009
The key properties of carbon nanotubes (multi-walled) (85% nanotubes) including physical properties are outlined in this article.
Article - 5 May 2006
Existing Thermal Interface Materials (TIM) technologies comprise phase change materials (PCMs), solders, thermal greases or pastes, and thermally conductive adhesive tapes.
Article - 14 Nov 2005
Membranes composed of man-made carbon nanotubes permit a fluid flow nearly 10,000 to 100,000 times faster than conventional fluid flow theory would predict because of the nanotubes’ nearly...
Article - 11 Jul 2005
The Phonak Cycling Team will be challenging for the Tour de France using BMC's latest bikes made from carbon nanotubes. The CNT based frames feature minimal weight and maximal strength. Posted June 25...
Article - 1 Mar 2005
Nano-Proprietary, Inc., have entered into a research and development agreement with Shimane Institute for Industrial Technology (SIIT) to develop a new aluminum alloy using carbon nanotubes that has...
Article - 14 Sep 2004
Buckyballs and carbon nanotubes cen be used in the delivery of drugs and other materials to treatment sites. Methods where this can be applied are described.
Article - 3 Aug 2004
Applied Nanotech, a subsidiary of Nano-Proprietary have been granted 3 US patents relating to the use of electron emissions from carbon nanotubes for various applications. Posted August 3 2004
Article - 29 Jul 2004
Researchers at McGill University have developed a new process for producing carbon nanotubes. The process has potential to be scaled up to commercial levels and is based on thermal process technology....
Article - 12 Jul 2004
GE Global Research announced the development of the world’s best performing diode built from a carbon nanotube, which will enable smaller and faster electronic devices with increased functionality....
Article - 29 Apr 2004
Bucktubes possess amazing strength, stiffness and toughness properties making them ideal candidates for use in structural composites, fibres and fabrics. These applications areas are explored.