Atom NanoElectronics provides the next generation display and device technology with pure semiconducting nanomaterials. The company supplies HiPCO, electronically pure single-chirality semiconducting carbon nanotubes, and narrowly distributed large-diameter semiconducting carbon nanotubes and conductive carbon nanotubes with sheet resistance of 70 Ohms/sq at 70% transmission.
Atomaterials develops and distributes advanced nanomaterials for energy storage research and developments. Their high-purity materials covers a variety of materials, including graphene, Si nanopowders, 2D semiconductors, graphene, silicon nanopowder, nanowries and high-capacity lithium-ion battery materials.
AFC Powders is a company involved in manufacturing specialized nanomaterials. Currently it is manufacturing Nano-size Silver Powder for use in electronic applications for e.g. making conductive inks and pastes, RFID. This product is RoHS compliant.
The company specializes in analytical characterization, consultancy, and synthesis of nanomaterials serving to nanotechnology-based industries, universities and institutes. They also manufacture carbon nanotubes, graphene, and various nanoparticles.
The main expertise of CAN GmbH is the production of various nanoscaled materials like fluorescent, magnetic and catalytically-active nanocrystals. These products are marketed under the brand CANdots and are dispersible in polar or unpolar media readily available for applications in research and industry.
Carbodeon supplies superhard materials for applications where toughness is at a premium. The company's eight different grades of Ultra-Dispersed Diamonds - also known as nano diamonds - each possess the desired properties fine-tuned for a growing number of dedicated applications. These grades are sold under the name uDiamond.
The company provides development, production and supply of unique nanoporous carbon materials, such as carbide derived carbons, ternary carbides, carbon onions, graphene and exfoliated graphene as well as materials characterization, design and manufacturing of equipment for carbon nanomaterials production.
The company acquired substantially all of the assets of SouthWest NanoTechnologies (SWeNT) and has reopened the state-of-the-art Carbon Nanotube (CNT) plant in Norman, Oklahoma. They manufacture high-quality single-wall and few-wall CNT materials made using the patented CoMoCAT™ process under an exclusive license with the University of Oklahoma.