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Copper (Cu) Powder

Copper (Cu) Powder

Copper (Cu) Powder
Product No NRE-1010
CAS No. 7440-50-8
Formula Cu
APS <100nm  (Can be Customized)
Purity 99.9%
Color reddish-brown
Molecular Weight 63.546 g/mol
Density 8.96g/cm³
Melting Point 1048.6 °C
Boiling Point 2562 °C

Copper (Cu) Powder Features:
Rose-red copper powder particles, Particle shape is based on particle size: spherical, Regular, and irregular.

Widely used in the production of carbide, magnetic materials, laser welding diamond tools, high-temperature alloy, rechargeable battery, conductive paste, etc.

Copper nanoparticles have received considerable attention for their physicochemical properties such as high melting point temperature, magnetism, electrical and thermal conductivity, light absorption, and high heat transfer. Copper nanoparticles have been used as an antimicrobial agent due to their high surface-to-volume ratio and easy interaction with other particles to enhance their antimicrobial efficacy. Copper nanoparticles are highly reactive compared to other metal nanoparticles.

copper nanoparticles find important application in heat transfer systems, sensors, high strength materials, catalysts, antimicrobial materials, etc.

Copper (Cu) Powder Applications:

Copper Nanopowder is ideal for use as a catalyst. This allows Copper Nanopowders to be used in biosensors and electrochemical sensors. Generally speaking, these sensors demand higher energy usage and are generally irreversible. Copper Nanopowders allow for reversible reactions and serve to lower the energy consumption of these medical sensors. Copper Nanopowders provide superficial conductive coating processing of metal and non-ferrous metal. For a myriad of industrial applications, Copper Nanopowders are the cost-effective solution that manufacturers are looking for to keep the production line moving without expensive materials. At SkySpring Nanomaterials, we adopt inert gases for use in the making of bulk copper nanocomposite material with powder metallurgy. Copper Nanopowders, available at SkySpring Nanomaterials are also ideally used in a myriad of other industrial applications that include:

  • The anti-biotic, antimicrobial, and anti-fungal agent
  • High strength metals and alloys
  • High thermal conductive materials
  • Conductive ink and paste for printed electronics
  • Sintering additives and capacitor materials
  • Lubricant additives