High exactness cleaning for the PC plate heads, the boards, and chips, optics focal points and jewelery; Additives in Polymer edifices can be utilized as an added substances in elastic, glass, fired, and material….
|APS||<100nm (Can be Customized)|
|Molecular Weight||12.01 g/mol|
|Melting Point||3727 °C|
Diamond Nanoparticles Application:
High exactness cleaning for the PC plate heads, the boards, and chips, optics focal points, and jewelry; Additives in Polymer edifices can be utilized as added substances inelastic, glass, fired, and material texture material; Erosion-safe precious stone movies/coatings; Biomedical materials (simulated bones and joints); Biosensors; Chemical Sensors; Field electron emanation materials; Heat-safe precious stone movies/coatings; Integrated circuit substrates; Photoelectric sensors; Self-greasing up, wear-safe composite covering; Pressure-constraining sensors; Radiation-safe precious stone movies/coatings; Reinforcing specialists for elastic, plastics, and tar; Seed gem for developing bigger jewel; High-quality grating material…
Nanodiamond is used as a polishing material for the surface finish of watch sapphires, hard disks, and others. Detonation nanodiamond is used as a polishing material as well. Additionally, it can be used as a lubricant, for example, in motor oils. As an additive in galvanic chromium coatings, it increases the lifetime and surface hardness of the coated workpiece.
Diamond nanomaterials, especially nanocrystalline diamond films, are also very promising materials for electronic applications. The tunable electronic properties, for example, by doping with boron or other elements lead to diamond materials with semiconducting or quasi-metallic properties. In the case of diamond nanoparticles, this development has just begun. Isolated lattice defects could be used for applications such as quantum engineering and electrode coatings with nanodiamond particles that have already been applied for electrochemical applications.