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In 2013, NeXolve Corporation successfully demonstrated its commitment to excellence with 100% on-time delivery and quality of their products to Lockheed Martin Aeronautics. NeXolve's ability, workmanship, and superior standard of performance have been instrumental in supporting the commitments of Lockheed Martin to its customers.Supplier-Certificate.pdf

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5 lgThermalbright™ Polyimide is a breakthrough high temperature highly reflective essentially opaque white polyimide film. Typical polyimides are orange colored and highly absorptive when filled with white pigments, but Thermalbright is bright white in color and contains no silicones, acrylics or non-polyimide polymers. 

Unlike traditional "white polyimides,"Thermalbright™ Polyimide is not a white acrylic laminate on top of an orange polyimide, it is a single film of white polyimide. This novel material is useful in thermal control applications requiring good UV and VUV durability.

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4 lgTR-Clad™ (short for “Transmit/Receive-Clad”) is a fundamental building block for ultralightweight flexible circuits and flexible antennas. TR-Clad™ Flexible Laminates are starting materials from which flexible circuits and flexible antennas are etched with lithographic processes. 

Lowest Dielectric Constant. TR-Clad™exhibits a record low dielectric constant of 2.5, lower than the dielectric constant of 3.4 to 3.7 reported for competitive materials of all polyimide construction. The remarkably low dielectric constant reduces cross-talk between circuit traces and provides for the fabrication of finer feature sizes and allows for higher frequencies. This enables high data-rate applications as well as additional miniaturization which provides for additional lowering of the final product weight. 

3 lgLightweight material replaces metals and glass to lower the cost of satellitesFAIRFAX, Va., Aug 25, 2008 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- ManTech International Corporation (Nasdaq:MANT) announced today that its Colorless Organic/Inorganic Nanocomposite (CORIN™) transparent polyimide film, used in space and electronics applications, has been recognized by R&D Magazine as one of the top 100 most innovative and technologically significant new products of the year. Called the "Oscars of Invention" by the Chicago Tribune, the R&D 100 awards are given annually to the technologies that have the potential to greatly affect further scientific discovery, human life, and society. Previous award winners include fax machines, ATMs and HDTV. 

POSS® NANOTECHNOLOGYManTech SRS Technologies, a unit of ManTech International Corporation (Nasdaq: MANT) has developed CORIN™ XLS Polyimide using POSS® technology. It is a colorless, organic/inorganic nanocomposite, which delivers unsurpassed levels of optical clarity, oxidative stability and stability to solar radiation. This fluorinated polyimide offers the highest atomic oxygen durability, as well as the highest light transmission of all CORIN grades, making it an ideal lightweight substitute material for glass used in space photovoltaic arrays in low earth orbit.