Title: Nanoadditives for the fine chemical industry

Authors: A.E. Hughes

Addresses: CSIRO Manufacturing and Materials Technology, Gate 5 Normanby Rd, Clayton, Private Bag 33, Clayton 3169, Australia

Abstract: CSIRO is undertaking several new initiatives in the Manufacturing sector including a Niche Manufacturing Flagship and a Theme based around nanoadditives for the fine chemical industry. These initiatives are designed to assist the Australian Manufacturing Sector to develop high value added niche products that can compete on local and international markets. The purpose of the ||Nanoadditives for the Fine Chemical Industry|| is to transform the Australian fine chemical industry by partnering with leading global and local companies, to identify, prioritise and provide new materials for niche markets for Australian fine chemical companies to manufacture value added additives.

Keywords: nanocrystalline diamond; pulsed laser deposition; room-temperature deposition; polycrystalline diamond; chemical vapour deposition; CVD; sp3-bonded diamond films; MEMS; carbon films; Australia; diamond-based semiconductors; microelectromechanical systems; nanoadditives; fine chemicals; nanotechnology.

DOI: 10.1504/IJTTC.2008.020362

International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, 2008 Vol.7 No.2/3, pp.236 - 240

Available online: 18 Sep 2008 *

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