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Metal Nanopowder 100nm 99.95% (Platinum, Rhodium,Palladium, Ruthenium, Iridium, Gold)

Metal Nanopowder

Metal Nanoparticles
Product No NRE-1000
Formula  NA
APS <100nm  (Can be Customized)
Purity 99.9%
Color NA
Molecular Weight NA
Density NA
Melting Point  NA
Boiling Point NA

Metal Nanopowder

Metal nanoparticles have a wide range of applications across various fields due to their unique physical and chemical properties. These nanoparticles are typically defined as particles with a size range between 1 and 100 nanometers. Some common metal nanoparticles and their applications include:


Catalysts: Metal nanoparticles are used as catalysts in chemical reactions due to their high surface area and reactivity. They find applications in the pharmaceutical, petrochemical, and environmental industries.


Conductive Inks: Silver nanoparticles are used in conductive inks for printing electronic circuits on flexible substrates.

Plasmonic Devices: Gold nanoparticles can enhance the performance of photodetectors, sensors, and solar cells through surface plasmon resonance.


Drug Delivery: Metal nanoparticles, such as gold and silver, are used to encapsulate drugs and deliver them to specific targets in the body.

Imaging: Gold nanoparticles are employed in medical imaging techniques like CT scans and photoacoustic imaging.

Cancer Therapy: Gold nanoparticles can be used in photothermal therapy, where they absorb light and generate heat to destroy cancer cells.

Environmental Remediation:

Water Purification: Silver nanoparticles can be used to remove pollutants and disinfect water in applications like water treatment and wastewater management.

Catalytic Converters: Metal nanoparticles can help catalyze the conversion of harmful gases in automotive catalytic converters.


Fuel Cells: Platinum nanoparticles are used as catalysts in fuel cells to facilitate the electrochemical reaction of hydrogen and oxygen.

Solar Cells: Metal nanoparticles can enhance the light absorption and electron transfer in solar cells, improving their efficiency.

Materials Science:

Strengthening Materials: Metal nanoparticles, when incorporated into composites or coatings, can enhance the mechanical properties of materials.

Nanostructured Materials: They are used to create nanostructured materials with unique properties.


Gas Sensors: Metal nanoparticles can be used in gas sensors to detect and quantify various gases.

Biosensors: Gold nanoparticles functionalized with biomolecules are used in biosensing applications.

Food Industry:

Food Packaging: Silver nanoparticles are used in food packaging materials to extend the shelf life of perishable products by inhibiting microbial growth.


Sunscreen: Titanium dioxide and zinc oxide nanoparticles are used in sunscreens for their ability to block harmful UV radiation while appearing transparent on the skin.


Antibacterial Fabrics: Silver nanoparticles are incorporated into textiles to provide antimicrobial properties, reducing odor and bacterial growth.


Plasmonic Sensors: Metal nanoparticles are used in plasmonic sensors to detect minute changes in refractive index, making them useful in sensing applications.

Art Conservation: Gold nanoparticles are used in the restoration and preservation of artworks, helping to stabilize and protect delicate materials.