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MFIC nanotechnology...carbon nanotubes have a big future
An SI Board Since March 2005
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Emcee:  John Sanderson Type:  Unmoderated
Hi Fellow Investors,
You must look at MFIC Corp (symbol MFIC). It is a profitable microcap which makes the production equipment necessary to enable spatial arrangement of carbon nanotubes. This the investment of the future.

Lots of companies make carbon nanotubes, but only MFIC is able to organize the nanotubes as they are deposited in a linear or other designed pattern, by physical or chemical means.

Pfizer ownes 6% of this company, and uses their equipment.

MFIC makes a profit, had $12.1 million in sales in '04, and has plenty of cash to accomplish their goals.

One customer of MFIC, Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc., a Houston, Texas based leading manufacturer of single-wall and other small diameter carbon nanotubes, "is evaluating the use of Microfluidizer processor technology for dispersion of small diameter carbon nanotubes in various matrices."

The use of nanotubes are:
# High tensile strength polymers reinforced with nanotubes
# Nanomaterials to treat fabrics, imparting unique conductivity & strength
# High performance lubricants incorporating aligned nanotubes
# Nanotubes and nanoshells for medical therapeutic applications
# Computer memory using crossed nanotube geometries
# Nanotransistors and other high density electronic devices
# Field emission display components, in large screen applications
# Microelectrical current carriers in ultra-density nanodevices for future generation computer chips
# Nanoimprinting materials to replace nanolithography in chip fabricatio
# Preparation and isolation of quantum dots for medical diagnostics biolabels
# Photovoltaic cell components

John
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