Nanopowder Compounds Unleash Potentials for Nano-Sensors, Nano-Semiconductors, Nano-Ceramics and Nano-Catalysts
Alfa Chemistry, a worldwide supplier of various forms of nanomaterials, such as nanoparticles, nanopowders, and carbon nanotubes, recently announced the supply of nanopowder compounds, which hold promise in the manufacturing of nano-sensors, nano-semiconductors, nano-ceramics, as well as nano-catalysts.
Composed of two or more elements, nanopowder compounds are known for their unique properties like tiny size with high surface area, lighter weight, reactivity, conductivity, and corrosion resistance.
“By using different constituent elements, nanopowder compounds can have many more tailor-made properties,” said a senior scientist from Alfa Chemistry. “Generally speaking, the chemicals we supply can be in small quantity for research purposes and in bulk order for industry groups. All depends on the actual needs of our customers.”
Possible applications of nanopowder compounds:
Highly sensitive to temperature changes, infrared rays, and automobile exhaust, nanopowder compounds such as zirconia, nickel oxide, titanium dioxide, and many other ceramics can be used in manufacturing temperature sensors, infrared detectors, and automobile exhaust gas detectors.
Nanopowdered gallium arsenide and other semiconductor materials are ideal choices for manufacturing large-scale integrated circuit devices and optoelectronic devices.
Nano-ceramics prepared by nanopowder compounds are usually in small crystal grain sizes, extremely high strength, high toughness, and good ductility, enabling the use in cold working at room or sub-high temperature.
Due to the small size and large surface volume fraction, as well as surface chemical bond state and electronic state, the nanopowder compound is an excellent catalyst. For instance, nickel or copper-zinc nanoparticles can be alternatives to the traditionally used platinum or palladium catalysts, which are expensive, and catalyze the hydrogenation reaction of certain organics.
Below are some of the nanopowder compoundsavailable at Alfa Chemistry:
Hexagonal Boron Nitride Powder (CAS 10043-11-5), Nano Boron Nitride (CAS 10043-11-5), Nano Boron Nitride Nanoparticles (CAS 10043-11-5), Boron Nitride Nanopowder (CAS 10043-11-5), Zirconium Silicate Nanoparticles (CAS 10101-52-7), Yttria Stabilized Zirconia Nanoparticles (CAS 114168-16-0), Yttria Stabilized Zirconia Powder (CAS 114168-16-0), Chromium Carbide Nanopowder (CAS 12012-35-0), Copper Indium Gallium Selenide Nanoparticles (CAS 12018-5-0), Strontium Dodecairon Nonadecaoxide Nanopowder (CAS 12023-91-5), Manganese Titanium Oxide Nanopowder (CAS 12032-74-5), Silicon Nitride Nanoparticles (CAS 12033-89-5), Nickel Phosphide Nanoparticles (CAS 12035-64-2), Zinc Stannate Nanoparticles (CAS 12036-37-1), Lead Zirconate Titanate Nanopowder (CAS 12626-81-2), Acetylferrocene Powder (CAS 1271-55-2), Antimony Tin Oxide Nanoparticles (CAS 128221-48-7), etc.
For more information about Alfa Chemistry’s offering of nanopowder compounds, please visit https://nanomaterials.alfa-chemistry.com/products/nanopowder-compounds.html or email us.
Ever since its establishment, Alfa Chemistry has aimed to serve its customers by bringing them the best quality chemicals and materials. At the forefront of innovation, the company continues enriching its product lines and expands its offering to catalysts, metal materials, graphenes, nanomaterials, functional polymers, lipids, ion-exchange resins, and more.