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The company is a manufacturer of graphene and related two-dimensional materials.
The company's goal is to be world leading in the functionalisation and characterisation of carbon nanotubes, graphene and other nano materials.
Producer of carbon nanotubes.
HiQ-Nano is a nanotechnology oriented company arisen from Italian Institute of Technology, focused on the design, fabrication and characterization of high-quality nanoparticles. The company exploits its strong scientific expertise in nanofabrication, nanobiotechnology and material science to satisfy the demanding needs of both academic research and industrially oriented applications. HiQ-Nano provides highly monodispersed and stable nanoparticles, with a low batch-to-batch variability, accurately characterized for their shape, size distribution, charge, and agglomeration state.
A manufacturer and supplier for nano-sized powders, nanoparticles, nano oxide powders and nano compound materials in small quantity for researchers and in bulk order for industry groups. Business involved all kinds of aspects: manufacturing, research, development, processing, supplying and after-sales service.
A Dutch manufacturer of graphene and other 2D crystal materials.
Hubron is an independent distributor of technically relevant speciality and functional raw materials to industries that formulate. The industries that they currently serve include rubber & plastics; adhesives & sealants; coatings & inks; structural composites; polyurethane; lubricants and certain parts of the healthcare and cosmetic markets.
Manufacturer of nanopowders.
Hybrid Silica Technologies, Inc. (HST) develops nano-structured silica materials, with a current emphasis on fluorescent core-shell nanoparticles (C•spec™ particles) for imaging, diagnostics, and sensing. These advanced materials have applications in life sciences, consumer, energy and electronics industries.
Carbon nanotube development and commercialization.
 
 
 
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