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Nickel Nanopowder

Nickel Nanopowder 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 Nanopowder
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 Nanopowder Applications

  • Combustion catalyst. Nickel nanopowder 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 nanopowders resurges, with newer studies and theories suggesting new possibilities for its role in fuel production.
  • Additive applications. The unique properties of nickel nanopowder 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 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 nanopowders and uranium suggest 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.