About Enable IPC and Nanotechnology, Nanowires and AAO Nanopore Technology

These papers focus on the Company and Nanotechnology.

Nanotechnology has been labeled by more than a few people as the “next industrial revolution.” The use of nano-sized materials is becoming more widespread in research and in industry. Some of the articles and presentations are technical in nature while others are less so. We've tried to provide a brief description with each.

Nanotechnology: The Next Industrial Revolution (pdf)
A white paper issued by Enable IPC Corporation, last revised in June 2006 describing the state of nanotechnology.

Fabrication and electrochemical characterization of a vertical array of MnO2 nanowires grown on silicon substrates as a cathode material for lithium rechargeable batteries (Link to an online abstract)
Journal of Power Sources
By Jae-Hun Kim, Tarak Ayalasomayajula, Venkata Gona and Daniel Choi
August 15, 2008, Vol 183, Issue 1, pp 366-369
An abstract of a technical article written by personnel at the University of Idaho.

Synthesis and Characterization of Electrochemical Capacitors Using Nanoporous SiO2 (pdf)
From a poster session at the Nanotech 2007 Conference, Santa Clara, CA. Reprinted by permission.
By Dr. Kevin C. Leonard and Dr. Marc A. Anderson
A technical paper from Kevin Leonard, co-founder and Chairman of SolRayo [EIPC's subsidiary] and Dr. Marc Anderson of the University of Wisconsin.

Electrochemical Characteristics of a vertical array of MnO2 Nanowires Grown on Silicon Substrates for Lithium Ion Rechargeable Microbatteries (pdf)
From a poster session at the Nanotech 2008 Conference. Reprinted by permission.
By Jae-Hun Kim, Tarak Ayalasomayajula, and Daniel Choi
A technical paper written by personnel at the University of Idaho.

Growth and Engineering of High Aspect-Ratio AAO Templates Integrated on Silicon Substrates (pdf)
From a poster session at the Nanotech 2007 Conference, Santa Clara, CA. Reprinted by permission.
By S. Choi, M. Daugherty and D. Walker
A technical paper from EIPC personnel on a key part of the nanowire manufacturing technology.

How Nanotechnology Addresses Portable Power Market Issues (pdf)
From a presentation at NanoTX '07 Conference, Dallas, TX, in October 2007.
By David A. Walker
A presentation describing the portable power markets and the hope that nanotechnology will allow for more power in less area while maintaining or lowering costs.

 
   
     
 

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