CUSTOM NANOPARTICLES DEVELOPMENT/SYNTHESIS.
NanoResearch Elements have a group of research scientists with multi-disciplinary foundations in chemistry, physics, biology and engineering. We have worked with a several unique customers to create nanomaterials, nanocomposites and nanoformulations with customized morphological, physical, concentration and numerous different properties for an extensive variety of cutting edge inventive applications. Our team can modify our standard products or develop new materials to meet your requirements.
OUR CUSTOMIZATION CAPABILITIES
Our researchers have involvement in incorporating a wide assortment of nanomaterials with various morphologies like nanowires, nanorods, nanospheres, nanoribbons, nanotubes, nanocubes, nanoflowers and some more. SEM, FESEM or TEM characterization is done to confirm the exact morphology.
We have a collection of extensive range of nanoparticle, and can build any required dimension of nanomaterilas on particular request of our customers. A large number of our metal nanoparticles can be fabricated with nanometer control over measurements up to 200 nm. Polymeric, metal oxide particles and core/shell builds can be created with sizes up to 1 µm.
Our researchers have involvement in integrating a wide assortment of nanometals, nanometaloxides, semiconductors and polymeric nanomaterials with a wide arrangement of different focuses. We can help with process streamlining, scale-up, and ISO/cGMP agreeable assembling of a current convention, or grow new science to make your required material.
Need arrangements with a high optical density, or thought as an added substance for composites? We have created procedures for handling and balancing out particles at high concentrations. We utilize distinctive characterization strategy to precisely quantify nanomaterial in the arrangements.
We can tune the absorbance and scattering of materials all through the visible and infrared range by changing the morphology and composition of the nanomaterials. Also, we can integrate fluorophores for light emission at preferred wavelengths or append correspondent molecules to give strong Raman signals.
We can fabricate nanomaterials with specific functional groups, biomolecules, polymers and inorganic coatings. Specifically controlled silica, carbon and many more coatings can be applied to the majority of our particles.