Scientists at Ångstron Materials (a spin-off from Nanotek Instruments, Inc.) have developed a new class of nanomaterials now commonly referred to as nano-scaled graphene plates or platelets (NGPs) and NGP nanocomposites.
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.
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.