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Nanoscape AG and Saes Getters S.p.A. | Date: 2016-09-22

The invention relates to a hydrophobically coated molecular sieve which comprises particles having a particle size of 1000 nm or less, the surface of the particles being coated with a silane of the general formula SiR^(1)R^(2)R^(3)R^(4), and also to a method of producing it and to a method of using it. In addition, the invention relates to use of the coated molecular sieve and also to compositions comprising the molecular sieve and to use in producing apparatus such as, for example, electronic components and devices.


Nyuchev A.V.,Novgorod State University | Otvagin V.F.,Novgorod State University | Gavryushin A.E.,Nanoscape AG | Romanenko Y.I.,Ivanovo State University | And 4 more authors.
Synthesis (Germany) | Year: 2015

A series of multifunctional conjugates each consisting of a fluorescent chlorin photosensitizer and an (arylamino)quinazoline-based epidermal growth factor receptor/vascular endothelial growth factor receptor ligand, potentially useful in site-selective photodynamic antitumor therapy, were prepared and their photochemical properties were investigated. © Georg Thieme Verlag Stuttgart·New York-Synthesis 2015.


Moghal J.,University of Oxford | Kobler J.,NanoScape AG | Sauer J.,NanoScape AG | Best J.,Oxford Advanced Surfaces Group Plc | And 3 more authors.
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces | Year: 2012

Mesoporous silica nanoparticles are used to fabricate antireflectance coatings on glass substrates. The combination of mesoporous silica nanoparticles in conjunction with a suitable binder material allows mechanically robust single layer coatings with a reflectance <0.1% to be produced by simple wet processing techniques. Further advantages of these films is that their structure results in broadband antireflective properties with a reflection minimum that can tuned between 400 nm and 1900 nm. The ratio of binder material to mesoporous nanoparticles allows control of the refractive index. In this report, we discuss how control of the structural properties of the coatings allows optimization of the optical properties. © 2011 American Chemical Society.


Daniell W.,NanoScape AG | Sauer J.,NanoScape AG | Kohl A.,NanoScape AG
Nanotechnology 2010: Advanced Materials, CNTs, Particles, Films and Composites - Technical Proceedings of the 2010 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Expo, NSTI-Nanotech 2010 | Year: 2010

Zeolites are well known porous materials established in applications which employ their large surface area, controllable porosity and tuneable surface chemistry. Through a reduction in their particle size by an order of magnitude, significant increases in product performance have been achieved and, more notably, new applications have been accessed which until now were unsuitable for classical zeolite materials.


Patent
Knowles Electronics Asia PTE. Ltd. and Nanoscape AG | Date: 2012-02-29

A loudspeaker device (200) is presented which includes a zeolite material (100) comprising zeolite particles (102) having a silicon to aluminum mass ratio of at least 200. For an increased pore fraction of pores with a diameter in a range between 0.7 micrometer and 30 micrometer shows an increased shift of the resonance frequency down to lower frequencies has been observed.


Patent
NanoScape AG | Date: 2014-10-11

A substantially monodisperse assemblage of particles 10 having interconnected pores 20 and a core 30 with at least one shell 40, 60 disposed about the core 30 as well as a method for their synthesis is disclosed.


Patent
Knowles Ipc M Sdn. Bhd. and NanoScape AG | Date: 2015-06-03

A loudspeaker device is presented which includes a zeolite material comprising zeolite particles having a silicon to aluminum mass ratio of at least 200. For an increased pore fraction of pores with a diameter in a range between 0.7 micrometer and 30 micrometer shows an increased shift of the resonance frequency down to lower frequencies has been observed.


Patent
Knowles Ipc M Sdn. Bhd. and NanoScape AG | Date: 2015-06-03

A loudspeaker device is presented which includes a zeolite material comprising zeolite particles having a silicon to aluminum mass ratio of at least 200. For an increased pore fraction of pores with a diameter in a range between 0.7 micrometer and 30 micrometer shows an increased shift of the resonance frequency down to lower frequencies has been observed.

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