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12/8/2010 02:44 PM EST
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krisi
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re: Samsung signs carbon nanotube deals
krisi   12/10/2010 7:46:56 PM
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Warren: agree that is good news for CNT...but the $64,000 question is whether Samsung licensed this just in case or whether they have any serious thoughts of utilizing it in production...Kris

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Warren3   12/10/2010 6:53:25 PM
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This seems to be real good news for CNT's since Samsung has the production ability to successfully integrate technologies and has a tremendous portfolio of product offerings where the technology could be applied.

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Kinnar   12/9/2010 7:30:08 AM
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Carbon Nanotubes will now come in market for selling, you are right 'iniewski' the business in the filed of Nanotechnology will no also start with canbon nanotubes.

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re: Samsung signs carbon nanotube deals
krisi   12/8/2010 4:06:08 PM
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We finally are starting to see some biz action with carbon nanotubes. How many years till we see them in real products??? Kris

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