Nanomaterials

Nanomaterials Nanotecol offers high quality, doped or functionalized nanomaterials that improve the electrical, mechanical and thermal properties of materials and processes, adapting to the needs of different industrial sectors. If you wish you can download . the list of products Nanotecol 2017 in PDF by clicking here.

The abbreviations used in this catalog
ACS: average crystal size.
OD: Outer diameter, ID: Inner diameter.
SSA: specific surface area.


Nanotubes

Carbon nanotubes are tubular structures whose diameter is of a nanometric size. They are the strongest and hardest materials on earth, possess high electrical conductivity, high thermal conductivity, high tensile strength, high elasticity, high absorption capacity, high aspect ratio and low weight.

Multiwall carbon nanotubes

Product name

Product description

MWCNT
1001

Multiwall carbon nanotubes, thin 95% C purity and modified surface COOH

MWCNT
1002

Multiwall carbon nanotubes, Short and thin 95% C purity and modified surface COOH

MWCNT
1101

D.O. × L 6-9 nm x 5 m >95% (Carbon)

MWCNT
1102

produced as cathode deposit,> 7.5% based MWCNT, O.D. L 7-15 nm x 0.5-10 microns

MWCNT
1103

Powder cylinder cores, MWCNT base 20-30%, O.D. L 7-12 nm x 0.5-10 microns

MWCNT
1104

Abstract, D.O. Wall thickness × × L × 20-30 nm 1-2 nm × 0.5-2 microns

MWCNT
1105

> 90%, D × L 110-170 nm x 5-9 microns

MWCNT
1106

> 98% Carbon base, D.O. · L 6-13 nm x 2,5-20 microns

MWCNT
1107

Thin and short, <5% metal oxide (TGA)

MWCNT
1108

Thin, <5% metal oxide (TGA)

MWCNT
1109

≥98% Carbon base, O.D. Internal diameter × L 10 nm ± 1 nm x 4.5 nm ± 0.5 nm x 3 ~ 6 microns TEM

C
1110

Carbon nanofibres (95% +, D = 200-600 nm, L = 5-50 µm)

C
1111

Graphene (Diameter 0.5-3μm, Thickness 0.55 ~ 3.74nm)

C
1112

Graphene oxide(0.5-3µm diameter, thickness 0,55 ~ 1.2nm)

C
1113

95% SWNT, High purity single wall carbon nanotubes
OD <2 nm, SWCNTs purity> 95% by weight
Length of 5-30 microns

C
1114

Industrial grade multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 88 +%, OD: 10-30 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 10-30 µm
SSA: 100-130 m2/g

C
1115

Industrial grade multi-wall carbon nanotubes(MWCNT), 88 +%
OD: 20-40 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 10-30 µm
SSA: 80-120 m2/g

C
1116

Industrial grade multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 88 +%, OD: 50-80 nm,
ID: 5-15 nm, length: 10-20 µm
SSA: 60-80 m2/g

C
1117

Multi-grated carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), el 99,9% +, OD: 8-15 nm, ID: 3-5 nm, length: ~ 50 µm, SSA: 80-100 m2/g

C
1118

Multi-grated carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), el 99,9% +, OD: 10-20 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 10-30 µm
SSA: 80-100 m2/g

C
1119

Multi-grated carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), el 99,9% +, OD: 20-30 nm,
ID: 5-10 nm, length: 10-30 µm
SSA: 80-100 m2/g

C
1120

Multi-grated carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), el 99,9% +, OD: 30-50 nm,
ID: 5-12 nm, length: 10-20 µm
SSA: 60-80 m2/g

C
1121

Multi-grated carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), el 99,9% +, OD: 50-80 nm,
ID: 5-15 nm, length: 10-20 µm
SSA: 80 m2/g

C
1122

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
OD: ≤ 8 nm, ID: 2-5 nm, length: 10-30 µm
SSA: 350-420 m2/g

C
1123

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
OD: ≤ 8 nm, ID: 2-5 nm, length: 0.5-2 µm
SSA: 350-420 m2/g

C
1124

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: ≤ 10 nm, ID: 2-7 nm, length: 5-15 µm, SSA: 40-600 m2/g

C
1125

Multiple wall nanotubes aligned (MWCNT),
Purity: 95% +, OD: 10 ± 3 nm, ID: 2-7 nm, length: 5-15 µm, SSA: 40-300 m2/g

C
1126

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 8-15 nm, ID: 3-5 nm, length: 10-50 µm, SSA: 180-240 m2/g

C
1127

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 8-15 nm, ID: 3-5 nm, length: 0,5-2 microns, SSA: 180-240 m2/g

C
1128

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 10-20 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 10-30 µm
SSA: 180-230 m2/g

C
1129

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 10-20 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 0,5-2 microns, SSA: 180-230 m2/g

C
1130

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 90 +%
DE: 10-30 nm, ID: 3-10 nm, length: 1-10 µm, SSA: ~ 200 m2/g

C
1131

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 10-30 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 5-15 µm
SSA: 40-600 m2/g

C
1132

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 10-30 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 1-2 µm, SSA: 40-600 m2/g

C
1133

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 20-30 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 10-30 µm, SSA: 110-130 m2/g

C
1134

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 20-30 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, extensión: 0,5-2 µm, SSA: 110-130 m2/g

C
1135

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 20-40 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 5-15 µm, SSA: 40-600 m2/g

C
1136

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 20-40 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 1-2 µm, SSA: 40-600 m2/g

C
1137

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 30-50 nm, ID: 5-15 nm, length: 10-20 µm, SSA: 90-120 m2/g

C
1138

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95%
DE: 40-60 nm, length: 1-2 µm, SSA: 60-70 m2/g

C
1139

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 50-80 nm, ID: 5-15 nm, length: 10-20 µm, SSA: 60-80 m2/g

C
1140

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 50-80 nm, ID: 5-15 nm, length: 0.5-2 µm, SSA: 60-80 m2/g

C
1141

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), 95 +%
DE: 60-100 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 5-15 µm, SSA: 40-600 m2/g

C
1142

Industrial grade multi-wall carbon nanotubes Functionalized with -OH  (MWCNT-OH)
Content of MWCNT (excluding -OH): 88 +%, Content of -OH: 2,36 a 2,60% in weigh, OD: 10-30 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 10-30 µm, SSA: 100-130 m2/g

C
1143

Industrial grade multi-wall carbon nanotubes Functionalized with -OH  (MWCNT-OH), Content of MWCNT (excluding -OH): 88 +%, Content of -OH: 1,55 a 1,71% in weigh, OD: 20-40 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 10-30 µm, SSA: 80-120 m2/g

C
1144

Industrial grade multi-wall carbon nanotubes Functionalized with -OH  (MWCNT-OH)
Content of MWCNT (excluding -OH): 88 +%, Content of -OH: 0,72 a 0,79% in weigh, OD: 50-80 nm, ID: 5-15 nm, length: 10-20 µm, SSA: 60-80 m2/g

C
1145

Multi-grated carbon nanotubes Functionalized with -OH   (MWCNT-OH), Content of MWCNT (excluding -OH): 99,9 +%  Content of -OH: 1,76 a 1,94 % in weigh, OD: 8-15 nm, ID: 3 - 5 nm, length: ~ 50 µm, SSA: 80 - 100 m2/g

C
1146

Multi-grated carbon nanotubes Functionalized with -OH   (MWCNT-OH), Content of MWCNT (excluding -OH): 99,9 +%  Content of -OH: 1,45 a 1,61 % in weigh, OD: 10-20 nm, ID: 5 - 10 nm, length: 10 - 30 µm, SSA: 80 - 100 m2/g

C
1147

Industrial grade multi-wall carbon nanotubes, Functionalized with -COOH  (MWCNT-COOH), Content of MWCNT (excluding -COOH): 88 +% Content of -COOH: 1,47-1,63% in weigh, OD: 10-30 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 10-30  µm, SSA: 100 - 130 m2/g

C
1148

Multiple graphitized wall nanotubes Functionalized with -COOH  de (MWCNT-COOH)
Content of MWNT (excluding -COOH): 99,9 +%
Content of - COOH: 0,24 a 0,26 % in weigh, OD: 50-80  nm, ID: 5 - 15 nm, length: 10.-20 µm, SSA: 50 - 70 m2/g

C
1149

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes  Functionalized with -COOH  de (MWCNT-COOH)
Content of MWNT (excluding -COOH): 95 +%, Content of - COOH: 3,67 a 4,05 % in weigh, OD: <8  nm, ID: 2 - 5 nm, length: 10.-30 µm ,SSA: 350 - 420 m2/g

C
1150

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes  Functionalized with -COOH  de (MWCNT-COOH), Content of MWNT (excluding -COOH): 95 +%, Content of - COOH: 2,43 a 2,67 % in weigh, OD: 8 - 15 nm, ID: 3 - 5 nm, length: 10.-50 µm, SSA: 180 - 240 m2/g

C
1151

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes  Functionalized with -COOH  de (MWCNT-COOH), Content of MWNT (excluding -COOH): 95 +%, Content of - COOH: 1,9 a 2,1 % in weigh, OD: 10 - 20 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 10.-30 µm, SSA: 180 - 230 m2/g

C
1152

Multiple wall carbon nanotubes  Functionalized with -COOH  de (MWCNT-COOH), Content of MWNT (excluding -COOH): 95 +%
Content of - COOH: 1,17a 1,29% in weigh
OD: 20-30 nm, ID: 5-10 nm, length: 10.-30 µm, SSA: 110-130 m2/g

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Nanoparticles and oxides

Nanoparticles are nanospheres of Silicon, Titanium, Zinc and Silver, which have a high reaction, allowing them to offer better properties than existing materials. They can interact with multiple molecules, withstand temperatures up to 2600 ° C and react to small changes in heat.

Recent applications: They have applications for the reduction of coefficient of thermal expansion in polymers, to increase the melting temperature in materials, whether metal or ceramic. They are used as carriers in medical applications. The smaller ones are used for catalytic cracking of crude oil in the oil industry.

Elemental Nanoparticles

Product name

Product description

Ag
1201

Silver powder, 99% (metal), Average Diameter: 90-210 nm, SSA: 2.40-4.42 m2 / g
Spherical

Ag
1202

Silver powder, 99% (metal), Average Diameter:  90-210 nm
SSA: 2.40-4.42 m2/g, Spherical

Ag
1203

Silver (Ag), w / ~~ 0,3% de PVP (Polyvinylpyrrolidone), Purity: 99,9%, Average Diameter:  80 nm

Ag
1204

Silver (Ag), w / ~ 0,3% de PVP (Polyvinylpyrrolidone), Purity: 99,9%,TAE: 20 nm

Al
1205

Aluminum powder, 99 +% (metal base, O <5%), Average Diameter:  18 nm, SSA: 40-60 m2/g, Spherical

Au
1206

Gold powder, el 99,99+%, Average Diameter:  50-100 nm, SSA: 3,3 m2/g, Spherical

Au
1207

Gold powder, 99,5+%, Average Diameter:  <100 nm, SSA: 1,3-2,2 m2/g, Morfología de las partículas: ~ Spherical

C
1208

Graphite powder, 99.9%, Average Diameter: 400 nm, Particle morphology: flaky

Co
1209
Flammable

Cobalt powder, 99.8% (metal base, O <10%), Average Diameter: 28 nm, SSA: 40-60 m2 / g, Spherical

Cu
1210
Flammable

Copper powder, 99.8% (metal, O <10%), Average Diameter: 25 Nm, SSA: 30-50 m 2 / g, Spherical

Fe
1211
Flammable

Iron Powder, 99.5% (metal, O <10%), Average Diameter: 25 Nm, SSA: 40-60 m2 / g, Spherical

Fe
1212
Flammable

Iron Powder (Coated Carbon), 99.5% (metal, O <10%), Average Diameter: 25 Nm, SSA: 40-60 m2 / g, Spherical

Ni
1213
Flammable

Nickel in powder, 99.7% +, Average Diameter: 30-50 nm, SSA: 12 m2 / g

Ni
1214
Flammable

Nickel powder, metals (basis, O <10%) + 99.9%, Average Diameter: 20 Nm, SSA: 40-60 m2 / g, Spherical

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Nanoparticles of non-magnetic oxides

Product name

Product description

MoS2
1301

Molybdenum sulfide (MoS2, 400 ~ 500 nm x 20 ~ 40 nm)

SiC
1302

Purity: 97,5%, Average particle size: 45-55 nm, Color: grayish white, Density, higher: 0,068 g / cm3, Density, true: 3,22 g / cm3, Spherical, Synthesis method: Plasma CVD

SiC
1303

Silicon carbide nanocilibro, (Beta SiC, 99 +%), Carbon Free <0.05%, diameter: 0.1-2.5 μm, length: ≥ 2.0 to 50 μm, Crystal Type: Beta , Decomposition temperature: 2973 K, Density (288K): 3,216 g / cm3,
Hardness (Mohs): 9.5

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Nanoparticles of oxide

Nombre producto

Descripción producto

Al2O3
1401

Aluminum oxide (alpha) powder, 99.97%, Average Diameter: 150 nm, SSA: 5-15 m 2 / g, Almost spherical

Al2O3
1402

Aluminum oxide powder, 99.5% (mainly alpha, gamma contains 5-10%) Average Diameter: 27-43 nm, SSA: 35 m2 / g, almost spherical

Al2O3
1403

Aluminum oxide (gamma) powder, Al2O3, 99%, Average Diameter: 20 Nm, Almost spherical

SiO2
1404

Silicon oxide powder, 99%,
Average Diameter:  80 Nm, SSA: 440 m2/g, Spherical

SiO2
1405

Silicon oxide powder, 99,5%, Average Diameter:  20 Nm, SSA: 160+-20 m2/g, Spherical ,Crystallographic structure: amorphous

SiO2
1406

Silicon oxide powder, 99,5%, Average Diameter:  15 Nm, SSA: 640+-50 m2/g, Spherical, porosa

SiO2
1407

Silicon dioxide, (SiO2 quartz, 99,99%, 1 a 3,5 µm)

SiO2
1408

Silicon dioxide, (SiO2 quartz, 99,998%, 1-3,5 µm)

TiO2
1409

Titanium dioxide, (TiO2 anatase, 5 nm)

TiO2
1410

Titanium dioxide (anatase) in powder, 99%,
Average Diameter:  10-30nm, SSA: 210±10 m2/g, Spherical

TiO2
1411

Titanium dioxide (anatase) in powder, 99%, Average Diameter:  15 Nm
SSA: 240±50 m2/g, Spherical

ZnO
1412

Zinc oxide powder, 99,9% +, Average Diameter:  90 nm
SSA: 4.9 a 6.8 m2/g, Irregular

1413

Zinc oxide powder, 99,5%, Average Diameter:  20 Nm
SSA: 50 m2/g, Almost Spherical

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Nanoparticle Dispersers

Product name

Product description

Al2O3
1500

Aluminum oxide (alpha, 20% in weight, 30 to 60 nm) in water

Nanoparticles and functionalized carbon nanotubes

Functionalized nanoparticles, adapted to the client's applications. The nanotubes and functionalized nanoparticles have many applications, by modifying such structures on their surface can be used as reinforcement for materials within ceramic, metal and polymer matrices, in order to achieve intelligent materials in electronic and biomedical applications, including for bioremediation .

Functionalized nanotubes are used to:
• To manufacture capacitors and to obtain nanopilas, almost infinite.
• Track diseases such as cancer.
• Encapsulating (storing) fuels, such as hydrogen, and / or toxic and biological waste in wastewater

Graphene and graphene oxide

Product name

Product description

Graphene oxide
1701

Form of dispersion in H2O
Concentration 2 mg / ml
Refractive index n20 / D 1,333
Density 0.981 g / ml at 25 ° C

Graphene oxide
1702

Dispersion description: polar solvents
Mono layer content (measured at 0.5 mg / ml):> 95%
Form of dispersion in H2O
Concentration 4 mg / ml

Graphene Powder
1703

Description of the surfactant type: anionic surfactant
Form: powder
Graphene composition as nano plates produced
Sheet resistance 10 (+/- 5) Ω / square (for a 25-micron film)

Graphene Powder
1704

Dispersion description: water (high stability in aqueous medium)
From powder, Carbon composite,> 70 in weigh. % Oxygen,> 10 in. %

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Competitive Advantages of Nanotecol Nanomaterials

• Production capacity on an industrial scale
• They are efficient, since they can be used immediately in the industry, they are delivered in powder or liquids
• They possess a high degree of purity and excellent quality (they do not possess amorphous carbon and they have low traces of catalyst)
• They have a homogeneous size, with a modulated diameter (diameters between 10 and 30 nanometers and another between 50 and 70 nanometers), most sell without diameter control, therefore the purity is low (between 10 and 100 nanometers)
• Are produced under sustainability schemes, ensuring the care of the environment and life
• With internationally competitive prices
• They do not generate dispersion, they do not agglomerate, since they are tailored to the needs of the company




Properties of Nanotubes



Electrical properties

These structures can behave, from an electrical point of view, in a wide range of forms, beginning with the semiconductor behavior until, in some cases, superconductivity.

Mechanical properties

The stability and robustness of the bonds between the carbon atoms, of type sp2, gives them the capacity to be the most resistant fiber that can be manufactured today. Several studies assume in an orientative way that the maximum tension of the carbon nanotubes could be around 150 GPa.8

Thermal Properties

Some models predict that the thermal conductivity of nanotubes can be as high as 6,000 W / mK at room temperature. They are also extremely thermally stable, being still stable at 2,800 ° C in vacuum and at 750 ° C in air.




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