Brian Neltner, CEO of Navolta, an NSIV cleantech company, is excited to announce that he has entered into a licensing agreement with UMass Amherst providing exclusive rights to its unique Supercritical Fluid Deposition coating technology on particles. Supercritical Fluid Deposition differs from other coating technologies by offering both non-directional uniform coatings in a variety of potential materials including metals, while also offering precise growth rates in the nanometer range. Typical growth rates for coatings deposited with Supercritical Fluid Deposition are in the range of 10 nm/min, positioning it in a uniquely useful range for developing new nanomaterials.
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Navolta- Develops conductive materials for solar photovoltaic applications to reduce manufacturing cost and increase cost competitiveness of solar power.