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Nickel Nanoparticles

Nickel Nanoparticles Features: Gray color, for diamond tools, carbide, alkaline batteries, electrical and electronic, thermal spraying materials and other products industries. The conductive additive active substance, its unique beaded chain structure can produce a good conductive network, the product can be used in the production of conductive coatings, paints, adhesives, and other fields, and powder metallurgy industry.

Nickel Nanoparticles
Product No NRE-1027
CAS No. 7440-02-0
Formula  Ni
APS <100nm  (Can be Customized)
Purity 99.9%
Color Gray
Molecular Weight 58.6934 g/mol
Density 8.908 g/cm³
Melting Point  1455 °C
Boiling Point 2730 °C

Nickel Nanoparticles Applications

  • Combustion catalyst. Nickel nanoparticles works well as a combustion catalyst for solid or liquid propellants, with research suggesting viability in a host of other combustive applications. While it’s largely been ignored in energetics due to a relatively low energy density, the potential for nickel has been revisited as research into nanoparticles resurges, with newer studies and theories suggesting new possibilities for its role in fuel production.
  • Additive applications. The unique properties of nickel nanoparticles have made it a popular additive in the manufacture of several different materials, including a variety of ceramics and lubricants. Nickel nanomaterials also work as an additive to aid in the sintering of other materials.
  • Electronics applications. Many of the most common applications of nickel nanomaterials involve electronics in some form or fashion. The material has been utilized as a component or manufacturing aid for capacitors, electrode terminations, electromagnetic shielding, metal base electrodes, conductive coatings and pastes, ferrofluids, and more.
  • Purification of Uranium. Promising research into the interaction between nickel nanoparticles and uranium suggests it as a viable material for the purification of uranium. This makes it highly valuable in certain industrial applications and for certain environmental projects. Further research continues.
  • Ni nanoparticles in biomedical applications and as an antibacterial agent have been reported in the literature. These include drug and gene delivery, magnetic resonance imaging, cell separation, biomedical detection, and diagnostics. Guo et al. reported that functionally charged Ni NPs could increase cell membrane permeability and promote cellular absorption into cancer cells of the outer target molecules.