nanocrystalline love



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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or composed of nanocrystals


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  • First, the infection was controlled by cleaning up wounds and putting a special dressing, called nanocrystalline silver, around them.

    The Times of India

  • To take the designs further, metallic finishes are being applied to the plastic, such as nanocrystalline copper and silver plating.

    Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news

  • Over 20 years ago a scientist named Herbert Gleiter first presented the concept of dealing with nanocrystalline or fine-grain materials (materials with a grain size of under 100 nanometers) that would have "special properties" -- very high strength, toughness, fatigue life and wear resistance.

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  • However, early investigations showed nanocrystalline materials, while having high strength and hardness, were also very brittle.

    Using Cold War Tech For Peacetime Healing

  • The nanocrystalline silver, packaged as Silcryst, is already widely used in dressings for serious wounds and burns, distributed and marketed by Smith & Nephew under the name Acticoat.

    Nucryst's Nano Silver Lining

  • Develops and manufactures nanocrystalline materials for personal care, sunscreens, abrasion-resistant applications, antimicrobial products and for polishing applications in semiconductors and optics

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  • The base for this product is Nucryst's slow-release nanocrystalline silver, which is known to have impressive therapeutic effects, killing over 150 pathogens without any harmful side effects.

    Nucryst's Nano Silver Lining

  • We have also made strategic investments in growth markets that bode well for the future, notably in fluff pulp and nanocrystalline cellulose, and built a flexible balance sheet that provides us with the ability to seize opportunities.

  • Pioneer's product utilizing nanOss ™ nanocrystalline and collagen based technologies compete well in spine and general orthopedics.


  • The company is negotiating with the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation for an exclusive license for its technology involving nanocrystalline diamond coatings and applications, which Heaney developed while earning his degree.


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