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a fullerene molecule having a cylindrical or toroidal shape

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DaimlerChrysler said it was also researching the "lotus effect" of nanopaints in an attempt to produce self-cleaning wheel rims.
At the exhibition, the commercialized nanotechnology-based products were introduced by Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council, including traffic nanopaint made by Reef Iran Chemical Complex and Pishgaman Fanavari Asia Company, self-cleaning photocatalytic nanopaint made by Nili Fam Company, nanocoating paint made by Pooshesh San'at Nanofan Company, and antibacterial paint made by Uranus Company.
o Insulating nanopaint made by Pooshesh San'at Nanofan Company
A contract of approximately $300,000 was signed between Nili Fam Company and the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran in May 2011, and it was decided that the self-cleaning nanopaint be used in the faE*ade of the building in order to protect it against environmental hazards and reduce maintenance and cleaning costs.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian Enterprise, Nilifam Rei, produced and presented to the market water-based self-cleaning nanopaints in industrial scale.
It highlights the benefits of nanopaints and coatings in the automotive sector, insisting that these paints and coatings are "smoother, stronger, and more durable" than their traditional counterparts, "with only small differences in cost," and offering a range of advantages including scratch-resistant and self-cleaning surfaces.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The municipality of Tehran used traffic nanopaints produced by Pishgaman Fanavari Asia Company on the surface of the passages in Niyayesh Tunnel, the longest tunnel in Iran.
"Nanotechnology--Inners Values (the Vast Potential of nanotechnology in the Automobile Industry) says: "By changing an electrical field, the alignment of the pigments in chameleon-effect nanopaints can be altered.