Re: Caveat Emptor Nano

We are developing some materials (powders) in the .2 - .3 um range and we

> are stumped on how to include nano in the project name (The word nano gets > our management very excited). Any suggestions ; )

Normally, fine powders would be called "micronized", but in your case it is sub-micron. I don't think it would be entirely dishonest to call it nano-something, but "nanonized" or "nanoized" don't have a very good ring. I like "nanoparticles", "nanoparticulate", "nanoparticulated". However, they are not neologisms, which would be highly desirable for anything you want to make into a trademark.

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Mark Thorson
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