|SUPERMAT Intl. & LLC Supermaterial|
|About Us||Macroscopic Quantum Phenomena
in 3D-ordered conjugated systems
|Discovery of nanopolyacetylene|
|Products||News||Inventor's brife CV|
|Custom Synthesis||Invitation to cooperation||Properties of nanopolyacetylene|
|Custom Research & Development||Introduction to Project||Current studies|
|Contact us||Executive Summary||Self-organization of nanopolyacetylene|
|Raman Labels||Nonadiabatic Raman scattering||Hyper-sensors||Invers-Peierls transition in quasi-1-D|
|Startup Willage||Storage of light||Expert opinion|
1) ANDOR TECHNOLOGY
"I found the Raman Scattering Properties of your Sample very interesting and I would be interested in obtaining any spectra for you in the future.
Also I might be interested in puchasing some PA-PVB, please send prices, Please keep in touch.
2) JOBIN YVON - SPEX
"We have been interested by the presentation of your problem and have worked on the sample which you joined to your document.
3)Professor H.G.M. Edwards
"You are to be complimented on the production of a very clean sample; copies of our preliminary spectra are enclosed for your
retention. I am very interested in collaborating with yourself on the Raman spectroscopy of this material. Our equipment is a
Bruker IFS/FRA 106 Raman spectrometer with attached dedicated microscope and remote sensing probe facility. We have recently
constructed a unique enviromental chamber (copy of paper attached) for examination of Raman spectra of sample (in situ), which
can be exposed to temperature, humidity, atmospheric composition and UV radiation change.
4)Professor Richard L. McCreery
"In the past month, some coworkers of Art Epspein have been acquiring Raman spectra of
polyaniline derivatives, which may be of interest. So far, spectra from your sample are much more intense.
5)Professor Bernhard Schrader
"I alredy recomended to you to give your product a name and price, I shall be happy to recomend it in my
publications and lectures. I shall also order some of your samples.