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UK firm commissions carbon nanotubes plant

2:20 PM MST | November 19, 2013 | Ian Young

Thomas Swan & Co. (Consett, UK) says it has commissioned a carbon nanotube purification plant at the company's Consett production site. The plant has a capacity of 500 kg/year and produces Thomas Swan's Elicarb single-wall, low-residue carbon nanotubes. Elicarb carbon nanotube products meet the demands of customers who require single-wall carbon nanotubes with low catalyst residues, Thomas Swan says. "This additional capacity has been driven by the demand for our products by customers within the electronics industry," says Andy Goodwin, commercial...

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