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Copper Nanodispersion (Cu, 99.9 %, APS <50nm, 100, 200,500,1000 PPM)

This product is a very stable complex copper solution with ultra-small nano-particles, has a very good anti-bacterial and anti-yellowing properties. The product is for research purpose! (To dilute it to your desired concentration, only add pure water and shake it up!)

Copper Nanodispersion (Cu, 99.9 %, APS <50nm, 100, 200,500,1000 PPM)

Copper Nanodispersion (Cu, 99.9 %, APS <50nm, 100, 200,500,1000 PPM)
Product No. CAS No. Formula Molecular Weight APS Purity Color Form
NRE-22001 7440-50-8 Cu
63.546 g/mol
<50 nm (can be customized) 99.9% Light to Dark Brown liquid
Concentration 100, 200,500,1000 PPM As per requirement
Solvent As per requirement
pH 7±0.5
Certificate of Analysis
Cu Fe O Na K Cl Co
99.9% 0.001% 0.001% 20ppm 0.001% 50ppm 0.0002%

Copper Nanodispersion

One of the first and most natural questions asked when starting to deal with nanoparticles is “Why are nanoparticles so interesting? Why work with these extremely small structures that are challenging to handle and synthesize especially when compared with their macroscopic counterparts?” The answer lies in the unique properties possessed by these nanoparticles. Nanoparticles are of great scientific interest as they bridge the gap between bulk materials and atomic or molecular structures. A bulk material has constant physical properties regardless of its size, but at the nanoscale this is often not the case. Several well characterized bulk materials have been found to possess most interesting properties when studied in the nanoscale. There are many reasons for this including the fact that nanoparticles possess a very high aspect ratio. Nanoscale systems like encapsulation and entrapment of agrochemicals such as fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, plant growth regulators and other active substances by using polymers, dendrimers, surface ionic attachments and other mechanisms may be used in controlled and slow release of agrochemicals, which allow the slow uptake of active ingredients and in turn reduces the amount of agrochemical application by minimizing the input and waste. Importance of nanoscale delivery system in agriculture is because of its improved solubility and stability to degradation in the environmental factors. The nanoscale delivery vehicles increase effectiveness by binding firmly to the plant surface and reduces the amount of agrochemicals by preventing runoff into the environment.

Nanomaterials also play an important role in promoting sustain able agriculture and provide better foods globally. In developing countries, nanotechnology has got important application for enhancing agricultural productivity, along with other emerging technologies such as biotechnology including genetics, plant breeding, disease control, fertilizer technology, precision agriculture, and other allied fields. Nanotechnology can be used for combating the plant diseases either by controlled delivery of functional molecules or as diagnostic tool for disease detection. Nanosensors and other field sensing devices can be used in detection and measurement of crop nutrient status, insects, pathogens, weeds, moisture level, soil fertility, temperature etc. which helps in real time monitoring of the crop growth and provide essential data for precision farming practices leading to minimize agricultural inputs and maximizing resource output and yield.


Copper Nanodispersion Copper (Cu) of block D and period 4 of the periodic table is a microelement required for the development of plant. It exists as Cu 2+ and Cu+ under physiological condition. Concentration required for normal development of plant is from 10-14 to 10-16 M, below which deficiency occurs. However higher concentration than optimum showed toxicity in uptake of nutrients. It acts as a structural element in protein regulation, participates in photosynthetic electron transport, mitochondrial respiration, cell wall metabolism, hormone signaling, oxidative stress response, cofactor for many enzymatic reactions carried out by enzymes such as polyphenol oxidase, amino oxidase, plastocyanin, laccase, super oxide dismutase. At the cellular level, it plays an important role in oxidative phosphorylation, signal trafficking machinery and iron mobilization.

The Cu deficiency in plants is expressed as curled leaves, petioles bent downwards and light chlorosis along with permanent loss of turgor in the young leaves. Chronic Cu deficiency develops a rosette form of growth. Diagnosis of Cu deficiency in plants is an important as it results in yield losses, with little evidence of the characteristic symptoms. Cu deficiency may become more prevalent in coming future, the applications made 10 to 30 years ago would be running out and increased use of nitrogenous fertilizers will lead to severity of Cu deficiency.


The advantage of Copper Nanodispersion

  • Nano Copper are very interesting, because they show unique nanoscale phenomena like plasmonic absorption and high surface to volume ratio, also due to useful properties like antibacterial and fungicidal activity.
  • Copper-nanoparticles fungicides are extremely effective against certain species of fungi that are common agricultural pathogens. Copper nanoparticles show good to great antimicrobial property against many pathogenic microbes and also used as a commercial antimicrobial agent.


  • Copper is an essential micronutrient incorporated into many proteins and metalloenzymes and plays a significant role in the health and nutrition of plants.


  • Copper nanoparticles due to unique properties are more efficient than bulk copper particles in activity and functioning. Due to antimicrobial activity, copper nanoparticles are finding new applications in agriculture, healthcare and industry


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