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Aluminum Oxide Nanopowder

 AL2O3 Alpha

Formula AL2O3
Phase Alpha
Purity 99%
Particle Size 80 nm
SSA 15 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Density 3.97 g/cm3
Appearance white powder
CAS Number 1344-28-1
Molecular Weight 101.96

 

Description

A white powder composed of nanoparticles of alpha-phase aluminum oxide, the naturally-occurring form of aluminum oxide or corundum, the core mineral of rubies and sapphires. Particles of alpha Aluminum oxide nanopowder typically range from 30nm to as large as 10um, depending on application, purity standards, and coatings.

There are many known and potential applications of aluminum oxide nanopowders currently under research by engineers and physicists; to find out more about these applications, the best phase and size of particle for your project, and other information.

 

Applications

1-Ceramics. Generally regarded as the strongest of the oxide ceramics, alpha aluminum oxide plays a critical role in the production of countless advanced ceramic materials and ceramic-based applications. The unique properties of the material in nanopowder form open additional doors to the already-popular material.

 

2- Nanocomposites. The properties of alpha aluminum oxide nanopowder makes it a popular core and filler material in nanocomposites for any number of purposes. In particular, it’s unique heat transfer properties, remarkably low friction, versatile structure, and general sturdiness make it highly valuable.

 

3-Catalyst support. A crucial material in any number of catalytic processes, with research currently exploring additional applications of alpha-phase alumina in nanoparticle form.

 

4-Biomaterials. Low friction and high biocompatibility makes alpha aluminum oxide nanopowder of particular value in the manufacture of countless biomaterials, including the production of advanced implants, cardiovascular applications, etc. These traits make it the subject of substantial medical research.

 

5-Heat transfer fluids. As with many nanomaterials, alpha-phase alumina nanopowder has seen a surge of interest in its potential applications in producing fluids with unique properties. In particular, it’s seen as an ideal ingredient in producing advanced heat transfer fluids.

 

6-Wear-resistant additives. Low friction combined with exceptional durability makes alpha-phase aluminum oxide nanopowder a favored additive for any number of composites, as it typically offers a great enhancement of wear-resistance. The nature of nanopowder makes it ideal for the creation of wear-resistant coatings and as an additive where additions of non-nanoscale materials could prove counterproductive

 

 

 

Aluminum Oxide Nanopowder

Al2O3  

Formula AL2O3
Phase Gamma
Purity 99.9%
Particle Size 20 nm
SSA 120 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Density 3.65 g/cm3
Appearance white powder
CAS Number 1344-28-1
Molecular Weight 101.96

 

Description

 

Gamma -Al2O3 with small size, high activity and low melting temperature, it can be used for producing synthetic sapphire with the method of thermal melting techniques; the g-phase nano-Al2O3 with large surface area and high catalytic activity, it can be made into microporous spherical structure or  honeycomb structure of catalytic materials. These kinds of structures can be excellent catalyst carriers. If used as industrial catalysts, they will be the main materials for petroleum refining, petrochemical and automotive exhaust purification. 

 

Applications

 

1. Transparent ceramics: high-pressure sodium lamps, EP-ROM window

 2. Cosmetic filler

3. Single crystal, ruby, sapphire, sapphire, yttrium aluminum garnet

4. high-strength aluminum oxide ceramic, packaging materials, cutting tools, high purity crucible, winding axle, bombarding the target, furnace tubes

5. Polishing materials, glass products, metal products, semiconductor materials, plastic, tape, grinding belt

6. Paint, rubber, plastic wear-resistant reinforcement, advanced waterproof material

7. Vapor deposition materials, fluorescent materials, special glass, composite materials and resins

8. Catalyst, catalyst carrier, analytical reagent

9. Aerospace aircraft wing leading edge.

 

 

 

Bismuth Oxide Nanopowder

Bi2O3

Formula Bi2O3
Purity 99%
Particle Size 30 nm
SSA 40 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Bulk Density spherical
True Density 8.9 g/cm3
Appearance yellow powder
CAS Number 1304-76-3
Molecular Weight 465.96

 

Description
A yellow nanopowder composed of nanoparticles of bismuth oxide. Compared to other nanoparticles, bismuth oxide nanopowder/ nanoparticles are relatively larger.

 

Applications

1-Electronics. Thin films and slurries produced using bismuth oxide nanoparticles in combination with other nanomaterials have been the subject of extensive engineering and physics research in recent years. Many advanced electronics already use such nanomaterials to great advantage, with new applications and traits being uncovered with each passing year.


2- Optic devices. As with many nanoparticles, bismuth oxide nanopowders have seen extensive research and use for their unique optic properties. At such small scales, the particles begin to interact differently with light, heat, and other forms of energy. Bismuth oxide nanoparticles have specifically been researched as an option for targeted medical imaging, including artificial bone imaging and cancer imaging.


3- Lead oxide alternative. Bismuth in general works similarly to lead in numerous applications, but without the toxicity. Similarly, bismuth oxide nanopowders can be used as an alternative to lead oxide in applications where lead isn’t desired for one reason or another. Places where bismuth oxide has partially or wholly replaced lead include ceramics and glass production.

 

 

 

Cerium Oxide Nanopowder CeO2 1
Formula CeO2
Purity 99.9%
Particle Size 30 nm
SSA 50 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Bulk Density ~ 0.8-1.1 g/cm3
True Density 7.132 g/cm3
Appearance light yellow
CAS Number 1306-38-3
Molecular Weight 172.12

 

Description
A fine pale yellow powder composed of particles of cerium oxide. As is the case for many nanomaterials, extensive research into applications of cerium oxide in nanotechnology continues, with early applications including fuel cells and glass manufacturing.

 

Applications


1-Coatings: Cerium oxide nanopowders play a role as an ingredient in several coatings, including heat-resistant coatings, rust-resistant coatings, UV-absorbing coatings, and IR filter coatings. CeO2 also plays a role in the use of superconductors, where it’s of value in coatings as a buffer layer.


2- Catalysts: Like many other nanomaterials, cerium oxide has been thoroughly researched and applied as a catalyst and catalyst support. It’s also of value as an additive for sintering and other metallurgical activities.


3- Fuel cells: Like many related nanomaterials, cerium oxide nanoparticles have been a key subject for research of fuel cells, with the ingredient being of particular use in the production of electrolyte and electrode materials in solid oxide designs.


4- Coloring agent: Cerium oxide has been used as a coloring for certain materials, including plastics, due to its unique optical agents at such diameters.


5-Oxygen devices: The unique traits of cerium oxide make it of particular use in certain devices dealing with oxygen, such as pumps and sensors.


6-Polishing: As a nanopowder, cerium oxide works particularly well as a polishing medium for ball bearings, various electronic devices, glass, and other devices and materials.


7-UV absorption: Few materials offer the same level of ultraviolet absorption per surface area available with cerium oxide, making it of particular interest in any number of coatings and shielding and an additive or base material. At 400nm, it absorbs more than any other oxide.

 

 

 

 

Cobalt Oxide Nanopowder Co3O4 
Formula Co3O4
Purity 99%
Particle Size 30 nm
SSA 50 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Bulk Density 0.57 g/cm3
True Density 6.11 g/cm3
Appearance Black
CAS Number 1308-06-1
Molecular Weight 74.93

 

Description
In nanomaterials, cobalt oxide nanopowder can refer to one of three related but distinct nanopowders: CoO, Co2O3, and Co3O4. In each form, cobalt oxide nanopowder serves as a vital inorganic material with a variety of applications. Each is a fine powder composed of particles of cobalt oxide smaller than 100nm in diameter, but from there they vary in properties and applications.
CoO is a greyish green powder; Co2O3 is a greyish black powder; Co3O4 is a black powder available with smaller particle sizes.

 

Applications


1- Catalysts: As is the case for many nanomaterials, cobolt oxide nanopowders have been utilized as catalysts and catalyst carriers for a variety of reasons. Most notably, they’re useful in organic synthesis, in heterogenous catalysts, and as an electroactive catalyst material.


2- Electronics: The unique properties of cobalt oxide nanopowders see them used and experimented with in a number of electronic applications, including semiconductors, superconductors, electronic ceramics, lithium ion batteries, electrochromic devices, and solar energy absorbers.


3- Ceramics: Various ceramics utilize cobalt oxide nanoparticles in their production, particularly those for use in electronic applications.


4- Pigments: In glass manufacture, cobalt oxide nanopowders primarily act as pigments and colorants. Cobalt oxide also plays this role in porcelain and certain enamels.


5- Sensors: The properties of cobalt oxide makes each of value in the creation of certain sensors. Sensors utilizing cobalt oxide nanopowders include gas sensors and temperature sensors.


6- Coatings: Enamels, grinding wheel surfaces, and other coatings utilize cobalt oxide in one of its various permutations. As with many nanopowders, the nanoscale dimensions of cobalt oxide nanoparticles make it particularly useful in places where traditional materials couldn’t work as a coating.


7- Filters: Various filters, including senior goggles, utilize cobalt oxide nanopowders in their production.

 

 

 

Chromium Oxide Nanopowder Cr2O3 
Formula Cr2O3
Purity 99%
Particle Size 30 nm
SSA 15 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Bulk Density ~0.943 g/cm3
True Density 5.22  g/cm3
Appearance Green
CAS Number 1308-38-9
Molecular Weight 151.99

 

Applications
Chromium (III) oxide is the inorganic compound of the formula Cr2O3. It is one of principal oxides of chromium and is used as a pigment. In nature, it occurs as the rare mineral eskolaite. Because of its considerable stability, chromia is commonly used pigment and was originally called viridian. It is used in paints, inks, and glasses. It is the colourant in "chrome green" and "institutional green." Chromium(III) oxide is the precursor to the magnetic pigment chromium dioxide.

 

 

 

Copper Oxide Nanopowder CuO 
Formula CuO
Purity 99%
Particle Size 40 nm
SSA 20 m2/g
Morphology nearly spherical
Bulk Density 0.79 g/cm3
True Density 6.4 g/cm3
Appearance Black
CAS Number 1317-38-0
Molecular Weight 79.55

 

Description
A fine black powder composed of copper oxide particles of approximately 40nm, this nanomaterial is one of the most widely used nanopowders. Industries utilizing copper oxide nanoparticles include the ceramics, glass, electronics, sensor device, and propellant industries. Like many nanomaterials, it is often handled as a dispersion within an appropriate solvent.


Applications


1- Catalyst applications: While many nanomaterials have seen extensive research on their value as catalysts, catalyst supports, and catalyst carriers, few have shown the demonstrable results of copper oxide nanopowder. It improves burn rates, reduces pressure indices, and outperforms other catalysts in AP composite propellants.


2- Data storage: As has been the case for many nanopowders with electrical or magnetic properties, copper oxide has been utilized and researched for viability in a number of data storage applications, including magnetic storage drives.


3- Optical-electronic applications: Copper oxide nanoparticles play a crucial role in the production of high-tech superconductors and superconducting materials, in addition to roles in photoconductive, photothermal, and semiconductor applications.


4- Ceramics applications: Various ceramics utilize copper oxide in their manufacture, with copper oxide nanopowder being of particular interest in the production of ceramic resistors.


5- Sensor applications: Many different types of sensor device use copper oxide nanomaterials, such as gas sensors.


6-Solar applications: As with many nanomaterials, copper oxide nanopowder has been a crucial component in the development of more effective, efficient solar technology. Specifically, it is utilized in solar energy transformation.

 

 

 

 

Iron(III) Oxide Nanopowder Fe2O3 
Formula Fe2O3
Phase Alpha
Purity 99%
Particle Size 30 nm
SSA 50 m2/g
Morphology spherical
True Density 5.24 g/cm3
Appearance Red brown powder
CAS Number 1309-37-1
Molecular Weight 159.69

 

Description
When discussing iron oxide nanopowders, it’s important to note the distinction between two similar but different materials: Fe2O3 and Fe3O4. Both are regularly referred to as iron oxide, but each possesses unique properties and applications, though there’s also significant overlap in their traits, industrial usage, etc.
Fe2O3 nanopowders are red or reddish-brown and composed of particles between 20 and 40nm, available in alpha and gamma variations.
Fe3O4 nanopowders are black and composed available in superparamagnetic variants.

 

Applications

1- Ferrofluids: Like many ferrous nanomaterials, the various forms of iron oxide nanopowder are of particular use in the production of ferrofluids and magnetically active fluids for a variety of applications.


2- Coatings: The unique blend of traits inherent to the different iron oxide nanopowders make them ideal as ingredients in certain coatings, such as magnetic coatings and coatings designed to absorb EM-waves.


3- Magnetic recording: Like many magnetically active nanomaterials, iron oxide nanopowders have been extensively researched and applied in data storage, particularly high-density magnetic recording.


4-Magnetic detection: The nature of iron oxides make them ideal nanoparticles for the manufacture of magnetic detection devices, particularly those dealing in subtler detection than typical materials could easily manage.


5-Microwaves: Various high-tech microwave devices utilize iron oxide nanopowders in their construction and operation.


6-Various magneto-optical applications: In addition to the applications already mentioned, iron oxide nanoparticles play crucial rules in dozens of other magnetic devices and applications, such as magnetically controlled drug delivery, medical imaging, cell separation, and refrigeration.


7-Purification: Iron oxide nanoparticles have a variety of purification-related applications, particularly in biological and waste water contexts.

 

 

 

 

Iron(III) Oxide Nanopowder Fe2O3 
Formula Fe2O3
Phase Gamma
Purity 99%
Particle Size 30 nm
SSA 50 m2/g
Morphology spherical
True Density 5.24 g/cm3
Appearance Red brown powder
CAS Number 1309-37-1
Molecular Weight 159.69

 

Description
When discussing iron oxide nanopowders, it’s important to note the distinction between two similar but different materials: Fe2O3 and Fe3O4. Both are regularly referred to as iron oxide, but each possesses unique properties and applications, though there’s also significant overlap in their traits, industrial usage, etc.
Fe2O3 nanopowders are red or reddish-brown and composed of particles between 20 and 40nm, available in alpha and gamma variations.
Fe3O4 nanopowders are black and composed available in superparamagnetic variants.

 

Applications

 

1- Ferrofluids: Like many ferrous nanomaterials, the various forms of iron oxide nanopowder are of particular use in the production of ferrofluids and magnetically active fluids for a variety of applications.


2- Coatings: The unique blend of traits inherent to the different iron oxide nanopowders make them ideal as ingredients in certain coatings, such as magnetic coatings and coatings designed to absorb EM-waves.


3- Magnetic recording: Like many magnetically active nanomaterials, iron oxide nanopowders have been extensively researched and applied in data storage, particularly high-density magnetic recording.


4-Magnetic detection: The nature of iron oxides make them ideal nanoparticles for the manufacture of magnetic detection devices, particularly those dealing in subtler detection than typical materials could easily manage.


5-Microwaves: Various high-tech microwave devices utilize iron oxide nanopowders in their construction and operation.


6-Various magneto-optical applications: In addition to the applications already mentioned, iron oxide nanoparticles play crucial rules in dozens of other magnetic devices and applications, such as magnetically controlled drug delivery, medical imaging, cell separation, and refrigeration.


7-Purification: Iron oxide nanoparticles have a variety of purification-related applications, particularly in biological and waste water contexts.

 

 

 

 

Iron(II,III) Oxide Nanopowder Fe3O4 
Formula Fe3O4
Purity 99%
Particle Size 60 nm
SSA 55 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Bulk Density 0.84 g/cm3
True Density 5.24 g/cm3
Appearance Black
CAS Number 1317-61-9
Molecular Weight 231.53

  

Description
When discussing iron oxide nanopowders, it’s important to note the distinction between two similar but different materials: Fe2O3 and Fe3O4. Both are regularly referred to as iron oxide, but each possesses unique properties and applications, though there’s also significant overlap in their traits, industrial usage, etc.
Fe2O3 nanopowders are red or reddish-brown and composed of particles between 20 and 40nm, available in alpha and gamma variations.
Fe3O4 nanopowders are black and composed available in superparamagnetic variants.

 

Applications

1Ferrofluids: Like many ferrous nanomaterials, the various forms of iron oxide nanopowder are of particular use in the production of ferrofluids and magnetically active fluids for a variety of applications.


2Coatings: The unique blend of traits inherent to the different iron oxide nanopowders make them ideal as ingredients in certain coatings, such as magnetic coatings and coatings designed to absorb EM-waves.


3Magnetic recording: Like many magnetically active nanomaterials, iron oxide nanopowders have been extensively researched and applied in data storage, particularly high-density magnetic recording.


4-Magnetic detection: The nature of iron oxides make them ideal nanoparticles for the manufacture of magnetic detection devices, particularly those dealing in subtler detection than typical materials could easily manage.


5-Microwaves: Various high-tech microwave devices utilize iron oxide nanopowders in their construction and operation.


6-Various magneto-optical applications: In addition to the applications already mentioned, iron oxide nanoparticles play crucial rules in dozens of other magnetic devices and applications, such as magnetically controlled drug delivery, medical imaging, cell separation, and refrigeration.


7-Purification: Iron oxide nanoparticles have a variety of purification-related applications, particularly in biological and waste water contexts.

 

Magnesium Oxide Nanopowder MgO 
Formula MgO
Purity 99%
Particle Size 40 nm
SSA 25 m2/g
Morphology polyhedral
Bulk Density -
True Density 3.58 g/cm3
Appearance White Powder
CAS Number 1309-48-4
Molecular Weight 40.3

 

Description
A fine white powder made up primarily of magnesium oxide particles, this oxide nanomaterial sees usage across a wide array of industries thanks to its unique refractory, insulator, and thermal properties.


Applications


1- Refractory materials: The refractory properties make it ideal for producing various refractory materials, for use as a coating filler, and in the production of various other optical, electrical, and high-temperature devices.


2- Dehydration: Any number of manufacturing processes utilize magnesium oxide nanopowders as a high-temperature dehydrating agent. In addition to uses in the production of various advanced materials, it’s used as a hydrating additive for certain raw chemical materials.


3- Electric insulation: The electric properties of magnesium oxide make it an ideal ingredient and additive material for producing electrodes, insulated conduits, and various other electronic devices and parts.


4- Magnetic devices: Various magnetic devices utilize magnesium oxide in their production as a filler, insulator, or material component. It's particularly widely used within the radio industry.


5- Fuel additive: When added to fuel, magnesium oxide nanopowder serves to inhibit static discharge, prevent corrosion, and help keep fuel system clean and clear.


6- Fire retardant: A popular additive in any number of materials due to its unique fire retardant properties. Specific uses include chemical fiber production and various flame resistant plastics.

 

 

 

 

Nickel Oxide Nanopowder NiO 
Formula NiO
Purity 99%
Particle Size 30 nm
SSA 50 m2/g
Morphology nearly spherical
Bulk Density 0.8 g/cm3
True Density 6.67 g/cm3
Appearance Green~Black
CAS Number 1313-99-1
Molecular Weight 74.69

 

Description
Nickel oxide nanoparticles, like many nanoparticle oxides, has been the center of extensive research in recent years. A fine green powder composed of nickel oxide particles of approximately 50nm in diameter, NiO nanopowder has a broad array of applications and research prospects across energy storage, electronics, chemistry, and other fields. This material is also especially known for its exceptional toxicity and the care which is necessary to handle it safely.

Applications


1- Energy storage: Like many oxide nanoparticles, nickel oxide offers extensive potential in the production of fuel cells and batteries. Specifically, it’s of use in the production of cathodes and in the preparation of other material components.


2- Electrochromic applications: This nanopowder sees usage in the production of various specialty coatings, textiles, plastics, and other products due to its unique electrochromic properties.


3- Sensor applications: Useful in the production of temperature sensors and sensors for CO, formaldehyde, and other gases.


4- Electronics: In addition to various roles in energy storage, this material is sometimes used as a material for electronic components of various types.

 

 

 

 

Silicon Oxide Nanopowder SiO2 
Formula SiO2
Purity 99.9%
Particle Size 15 nm
SSA 250 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Bulk Density 0.06 g/cm3
True Density 2.4 g/cm3
Appearance White powder
CAS Number 7631-86-9
Molecular Weight 60.09

 

Description
A fine white powder composed of silicon oxide particles,this material is perhaps one of the most versatile and adjustable nanomaterials on the market. Also known as silica or silicon dioxide nanopowder, this material is primarily divided into two structure types, porous P-type silica and spherical S-type silica, which each lends itself to unique applications and properties.
Beyond this, silicon oxide nanoparticles can be further adapted through a number of surface modification processes. Over the years, researchers have discovered several worthwhile adjustments to be made to silica, leading to the widespread availability of variants modified to be hydrophobic and/or oleophilic, modifying them with epoxy or amino groups, treating the particles with coupling agents, etc.

Applications
Applications of these various forms of silica nanopowder are varied and encompass numerous industries and research avenues, including but not limited to:


1- Medical applications. Like many stable, non-toxic nanomaterials, silica nanoparticles have been extensively researched for their potential in specialized drug delivery systems. Silicon oxide nanopowders also play roles in more nanotech-specific, individualized therapies targeting specific diseases, in an approach combining therapeutic capabilities and diagnostic capabilities into a single agent called ‘theranostics’.


2- Composite materials. The high versatility of silica nanoparticles in their many configurations make them a key ingredient in the production of many different composite materials. The list includes, but isn’t limited to concretes, glasses, ceramics, alloys, plastics, and rubbers.


3- Paint. Silica nanoparticles have been extensively used in various paints to improve opacity and help add a smooth, glossy finish to the completed product.


4- Cosmetics. Like many non-toxic nanopowders, silicon oxide nanoparticles have been explored and applied extensively by the cosmetics industry in recent years. Silica, in general, has been used in cosmetics as an abrasive, a bulking agent, to render cosmetics more opaque, to prevent caking, and as a suspension agent.


5- Magnetics. The unique properties of certain formations of silica nanoparticles make them of value in producing a number of magnetic materials.


6- Catalyst. Like many nanoparticles, silicon oxide nanoparticles have been researched and applied extensively in catalysis. In particular, they’ve been used in various processes as both a highly effective catalyst carrier and a remarkably active catalyst.

 

 

 

 

Tin Oxide Nanopowder SnO2 
Formula SnO2
Purity 99%
Particle Size 50 nm
SSA 20 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Bulk Density 0.55 g/cm3
True Density 6.95 g/cm3
Appearance White to gray powder
CAS Number 18282-10-5
Molecular Weight 150.69

 

Description
A fine white powder composed of tin oxide particles ranging 50nm in diameter, these nanoparticles are faceted with a high surface area and diamagnetic properties. This combination of properties, along with the unique traits inherent to nanoparticles, make this material ideal for any number of magnetic, optical, and electronic application across various domains.


Applications


1- Data storage: Viable for use in magnetic data storage devices.


2- Catalyst and additive: Like many oxides, there are a variety of applications where tin oxide offers unique benefits as a catalyst or additive.


3- Imaging: The magnetic properties of this material make it ideal for magnetic resonance imaging.


4- Anti-static: Thanks to the unique magnetic properties of tin oxide nanoparticles, they can be used to produce an effective anti-static coating.


5- Solar: This material plays a role in the production of certain types of solar cells, acting as an anti-reflection coating.


6- Optoelectronics; Various devices and components can be produced using the unique optical and electrical properties of tin oxide, including resistors, electrodes, gas sensors, and various other items.

 

 

 

 

Titanium Oxide Nanopowder TiO2 
Formula TiO2
Purity 99.9%
Phase Anatase
Particle Size 20 nm
SSA 200 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Bulk Density 0.25 g/cm3
True Density 3.9 g/cm3
Appearance White
CAS Number 1317-70-0
Molecular Weight 79.93

 

Description
This material is a fine white powder composed of titanium oxide particles ranging from 10nm to 30nm in diameter. Composed of high-surface-area nanocrystals or nanodots, this material exhibits unique magnetic and antibacterial properties that make it ideal for usage across a broad range of domains. Other names for this material include titanium dioxide, dioxotitanium.

Applications


1- UV-resistance. One of the primary uses of this material is for its inherent UV-resistance, making it a crucial ingredient in various coatings and materials and of value as a raw material.


2- Self-cleaning materials. Another key usage of titanium oxide nanoparticles is in the production of self-cleaning materials, such as self-cleaning glasses and ceramics.


3- Glass. Certain specialty glasses use this material in the manufacturing process as an ingredient or catalyst.


4- Inks. The optical properties of titanium oxide nanopowder makes it of value in the production of certain printing inks.


5- Cosmetics. Many cosmetics utilize titanium oxide nanoparticles for its unique antibacterial and optical properties. This includes moisturizers, beauty creams, whitening creams, vanishing creams, sunscreens, powdered make-up, skin rinses, and many other products.


6- Paper. Titanium oxide nanoparticles are specifically known for improving the opacity and impressionability of paper products.


7- Specialty coatings. Like many nanopowders, titanium oxide nanopowder is used in a host of specialized coatings, offering some degree of UV shielding, magnetic properties, etc.


8- Organic sterilization. Various organic substances degrade when exposed to titanium oxide nanoparticles, making it useful in certain decontamination efforts and in the treatment of sewage and organic chemical waste products.


9- Air filtration. Another environmental use of titanium oxide nanopowder is in the purification of air.


10- Antiseptic and antibacterial compounds. Due to its photo-catalytic properties, titanium oxide nanoparticles can serve as a key ingredient in various antibacterial and antiseptic compounds.


11- Production of alloys. Titanium oxide nanoparticles are a key raw material and catalyst in various metallurgical processes. Alloys produced using this material include carbide alloys and ferrotitanium alloys.


12- Fibers. Certain chemical fibers are produced with titanium oxide nanoparticles, as are food packing materials and other materials where the antibacterial properties of titanium oxide would be of value.

 

 

 

 

Titanium Oxide Nanopowder TiO2 R 
Formula TiO2
Purity 99.9%
Phase Rutile
Particle Size 30 nm
SSA 60 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Bulk Density 0.25 g/cm3
True Density 4.2 g/cm3
Appearance White
CAS Number 1317-80-2
Molecular Weight 79.93

 

Description
This material is a fine white powder composed of titanium oxide particles ranging from 10nm to 30nm in diameter. Composed of high-surface-area nanocrystals or nanodots, this material exhibits unique magnetic and antibacterial properties that make it ideal for usage across a broad range of domains. Other names for this material include titanium dioxide, dioxotitanium, rutile, or flamenco nanoparticles.

Applications


1- UV-resistance. One of the primary uses of this material is for its inherent UV-resistance, making it a crucial ingredient in various coatings and materials and of value as a raw material.


2- Self-cleaning materials. Another key usage of titanium oxide nanoparticles is in the production of self-cleaning materials, such as self-cleaning glasses and ceramics.


3- Glass. Certain specialty glasses use this material in the manufacturing process as an ingredient or catalyst.


4- Inks. The optical properties of titanium oxide nanopowder makes it of value in the production of certain printing inks.


5- Cosmetics. Many cosmetics utilize titanium oxide nanoparticles for its unique antibacterial and optical properties. This includes moisturizers, beauty creams, whitening creams, vanishing creams, sunscreens, powdered make-up, skin rinses, and many other products.


6- Paper. Titanium oxide nanoparticles are specifically known for improving the opacity and impressionability of paper products.


7- Specialty coatings. Like many nanopowders, titanium oxide nanopowder is used in a host of specialized coatings, offering some degree of UV shielding, magnetic properties, etc.


8- Organic sterilization. Various organic substances degrade when exposed to titanium oxide nanoparticles, making it useful in certain decontamination efforts and in the treatment of sewage and organic chemical waste products.


9- Air filtration. Another environmental use of titanium oxide nanopowder is in the purification of air.


10- Antiseptic and antibacterial compounds. Due to its photo-catalytic properties, titanium oxide nanoparticles can serve as a key ingredient in various antibacterial and antiseptic compounds.


11- Production of alloys. Titanium oxide nanoparticles are a key raw material and catalyst in various metallurgical processes. Alloys produced using this material include carbide alloys and ferrotitanium alloys.


12- Fibers. Certain chemical fibers are produced with titanium oxide nanoparticles, as are food packing materials and other materials where the antibacterial properties of titanium oxide would be of value.

 

 

 

 

Tungsten(VI) Oxide Nanopowder WO3 
Formula WO3
Purity 99%
Particle Size 50 nm
SSA 20 m2/g
Morphology Nearly spherical
Bulk Density 0.25 g/cm3
True Density 4.2 g/cm3
Appearance light yellow to green
CAS Number 1314-35-8
Molecular Weight 231.84

 

Description
This material is known for its faceted high surface area and its magnetic properties. Frequently handled as a nanofluid, this material offers benefits to a wide array of domains, and has been the subject of attention from engineers and researchers across a variety of disciplines.


Applications


1- Color and pigment. Used as a colorant and pigment in various ceramics and other compound materials.


2- Alloys. Can be used when producing certain forms of metal tungsten and tungsten alloys.


3- Data storage. Used to produce high-density memory storage devices.


4- Conductors. This material is frequently used for its electromagnetic properties to produce conductors and conducting nanofluids.


5- Semi-conductors. Tungsten oxide powders can also be used to produce certain composite semi-conducting materials.


6- Mechanochemical. Various mechaniochemical applicatios can take advantage of the unique properties of tungsten oxide. Specifically of use in solar energy conversion, smart windows, and related technologies.


7- Optics. Like many nanoparticles, tungsten oxide offers unique optical properties as smaller scales, unseen at larger scales. This makes it useful in certain displays and imaging applications.

 

 

 

 

Zinc Oxide Nanopowder ZnO 
Formula ZnO
Purity 99.9%
Particle Size 30 nm
SSA 40 m2/g
Morphology spherical
Bulk Density 0.3 g/cm3
True Density 5.6 g/cm3
Appearance White
CAS Number 1314-13-2
Molecular Weight 81.37

 

Description 

This nanomaterial is one with a broad range of applications across multiple domains, acting as a raw material for products as disparate as cigarette filters and cosmetics. The material is also known for corrosion-resistance, antibacterial and antifungal properties, and its viability as an effective UV filter.

 

Applications

1- Filters. There are several filtration applications for zinc oxide, due to its general anti-microbial properties and strength. Most commonly, the material is seen in cigarette filters.

2- Rubber. Various rubbers utilize zinc oxide nanoparticles in the manufacturing process, primarily as a raw material but sometimes as a coating or catalyst.

3- Concrete. As with rubber, zinc oxide nanoparticles are used primarily as a raw material in the manufacture of certain concretes.

4- Ceramics. Like other nanomaterials with antimicrobial properties, zinc oxide nanopowders are of value in the production of ceramics, especially those for use in sterile environments.

5- Cosmetics. Many creams, ointments, moisturizers, and beauty products utilize zinc oxide for its antimicrobial, optical, and health properties.

6- Coatings. As with many nanomaterials, zinc oxide nanoparticles are used in various specialty coatings to impart the unique properties of the material at a relatively low cost—in this case, UV filtration and antimicrobial benefits. Many paints use zinc oxide particles specifically as a coating agent.

7- Food. Zinc oxide is fairly common as a food additive in fortified processed meals such as breakfast cereal. This is done to supplement zinc, which can’t be digested in its pure form.

8- Skin treatments. Calamine lotion is made using zinc oxide powders, as are any number of other ointments, creams, washes, rinses, and other treatments used to control or prevent certain skin diseases.

 

 

 

 

Zirconium Oxide Nanopowder ZrO2 
Formula ZrO2
Purity 99%
Particle Size 50 nm
SSA 25 m2/g
Morphology nearly spherical
Bulk Density -
True Density 5.89 g/cm3
Appearance White Powder
CAS Number 1314-23-4
Molecular Weight 123.22

 

Description
A white powder composed of particles of zirconium oxide, also known as zirconia, this material is used across a variety of fields for applications ranging from polishing semiconductors to producing artificial jewelry.Closely related to zirconium oxide powder is yttria-stabilized zirconium oxide, also known as yttria-stabilized zirconia or zirconia-yttria. This material is produced when some of the zirconium ions in zirconia are replaced with yttrium, stabilizing the cubic phase of the material. This, in turn, makes it possible to produce sintered zirconium oxide products and allows the material to conduct certain ions.

Applications
1- Ceramics. Many functional ceramics use zirconia or yttria-stabilized zirconia in their production.


2- Pigments and glazes. Various pigments use zirconia for its unique optical properties and general resilience, as do the glazes used for porcelain firing.


3- Artificial jewelry. Zirconia powders serve a key role in the production of certain forms of artificial jewelry; specifically, cubic zirconia diamond simulants are produced primarily with this material.


4- Abrasives. A variety of abrasives utilize zirconia powders in their composition, including special dispersions used to polish semiconductors.


5- Fire-retardant. This material is often used as an additive or coating to offer fire-retardant benefits to textiles, plastics, and other compounds.


6- Pyro-optics. Due to certain unique sensitivities of zirconia powders, they can be used to produce pyro-optic devices.


7- Electronics. Many different electronic devices and components utilize zirconia of one sort or the other in their manufacture, including high-capacity capacitors, electrodes, piezoelectric elements, ion exchangers, solid dielectrics, and more.


8- Optical storage. Like many nanomaterials and micro powders, zirconium oxide powders have seen extensive research for their potential as a material for optical storage. This builds on a long history of zirconia as a digital storage media.


9- Displays. Certain displays utilize zirconia or zirconia-yttria in their manufacture. The material is also used more broadly for its optical properties in sterotelevision glasses, light control devices, and other light-sensitive devices.


10- Insulation. Several forms of insulation use zirconia powders, for its general wear-resistance and its unique electric properties.


11- High-stress components. The resilience of zirconia makes it an ideal raw material for certain high-stress components, such as smelting crucibles, bearing nozzles, etc.


12- Energy storage. Both forms of zirconia powder see usage in fuels, solid oxide fuel cells for batteries, and other types of energy storage.