Bayer MaterialScience bullish on carbon nanotubes

When we last talked to Martin Schmid (see the April 10, 2006 LRNJ), the Bayer MaterialScience multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWCT) product line, BayTubes, was in relative infancy. The potential for a cheap, patented manufacturing process brought Bayer into the MWNT fray, despite competition from esta...

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