Development and Applications of Nano-Powder Patents - A Review in Patents
Lihong Su, Jianren Zhou, Zhiquan Zhou, Jingfen Ma, Liang Wang, Xu Zhao and Xuxiang Wang
Affiliation: Department of Applied Chemistry, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an, shaanxi prov. 710129,China.
Keywords: Nanometer, powder, patent, discipline, application, Nano-Powder, nanotechnology, core-shell structures, magnetic composite parti-cles, micrometer powder, Polymer-coated magnetic particle, nanocrystal phosphors powder, Semiconductor nanocrys-tals, luminescent, magnetic, electronic materials, Nano-Catalyst Applications, chemical catalysts, Measurement Devices and Systems, Nanometer Materials in Energy Storage, Semiconductors
A thorough review on the patents in the applications of nano-powder technology shows that research work in this technical field is growing stronger, as indicated by a rapid increase in the number of independent patents in relevant topics. This also indicates ever increasing and continuous interests on the nano-podwer technology even after 15 years of dynamic global nanotechnology development. The review on the patents in the nano-powder area shows that the use of specialized databanks is recommendable and beneficial in providing the researchers in this technical community an updated, systematic and rapid reference in furthering new development and expansion of this vital nanotechnology field.
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