Nanocyl enters the MWNT scale-up race

Nanocyl (see the February 23, 2009 LRNJ) recently announced that it plans to increase its multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWNT) capacity from 40 tons/year to 400 tons/year by July 2010, joining the scale-up race started by competitors Showa Denko (see the February 9, 2009 LRNJ), CNano (see the July 13...

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