Tests show no nanotubes released during utilisation of nanoaugmented materials

Recent research on the most novel additive – single wall carbon nanotubes – has demonstrated an impressive result: in contrast to conventional additives, no protruding particles appear and no free-standing particles are released when materials containing these nanotubes are being mechanically stressed during simulation of their typical use. Furthermore, nanotube-formulated materials release significantly fewer micro-size or ultrafine particles, demonstrating their high strength and cohesion improvement.