Mitsui and Kuraray to release nanotube-based fabric

We visited recently with Shuji Tsuruoka and Koji Kinoshita of the Catalysts, Additives & Advanced Materials Department at Mitsui, for an update on Mitsui’s efforts on carbon nanotubes (see also the April 9, 2007 LRNJ). The trading house had previously announced a conductive fabric based on multi-wal...

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