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Electronic Chemicals: Start-up firm Nanotecture Powers toward Commercialization
May 12, 2010 | Alex Scott in Southampton, U.K.
Nanotecture (Southampton, U.K.), a privately owned start-up company, says it has developed a liquid crystal templating process for manufacturing low cost, nanoporous materials with enhanced performance suitable for making energy storage devices. The company is now seeking to commercialize its first product--a nickel hydroxide nanoporous material for making energy storage devices such as supercapacitors, a type of battery that discharges a large amount of energy very quickly. The market for supercapacitors is set to be worth more than $1 billion/year by...
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