Nano-C Adds ICBA and OQDM to Product Portfolio

Westwood, MA – March 14, 2013 – Nano-C is pleased to announce that it has added two new fullerene derivatives to its portfolio for use in Organic Photo-Voltaics and Photo-Detectors.  These two new derivatives provide additional handles for device developers to better match the wide-range of p-type polymers with n-type fullerene derivatives.

Nano-C continues to advance the commercialization of fullerene derivatives for use as electron acceptors in the active layer of organic photovoltaic devices, including the engineering of new fullerene derivatives with targeted optical and electronic properties.

OPV and OPD are unique in that they can be printed from a solution, which enables them to be the lowest cost, most versatile and environmentally friendly system with a lighter weight and improved form factor.

About Nano-C, Inc.
Located in Westwood, Massachusetts, Nano-C is a leading developer of nanostructured carbon for use in energy and electronics applications. These materials include fullerenes, carbon nanotubes and their chemical derivatives. Nano-C’s mission is to play a key role in enabling applications of these materials and is committed to their responsible development and use. Nano-C is a privately held company founded in 2001. For more information, visit:

Viktor Vejins, CEO
Nano-C, Inc.

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