Hi everyone

Apart from Nanoshel & Nano-ram, do we have any other companies in India working exclusively on nanoparticles ?

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hiii...so glad for this type of discussion

where is the links pf these companies ??

do you know companies produce carbon nanotubules for scientific purposes ??

how much is the prices ? wht are the maximum length ?

thnxx so much...waiting for ur personnal msg
u can buy nano-carbon tubes in nanoshel....part from this....i was told there are n no of comp selling nanotubes..... chk in WWW....
thnxx for your answer

give me plzz the site of nanoshel..

do u know heir prices? for single wall or multible wall ?

thnxx
www.nanoshel.com/..i have no clue abt the prices
i got price list from this company the price is bit high and they insist on minimum weight
lot of companies are working on these it only depends on what type(material) of np u want and size
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13. Clustered and magnetic liquids
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