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Palladium Nanopowder/Nanoparticles (Pd, 99.95%, <100 nm)

Palladium Nanopowder/Nanoparticles

Palladium Nanopowder/Nanoparticles
Product No NRE-1030
CAS No. 7440-05-3
Formula  Pd
APS <100nm  (Can be Customized)
Purity 99.9%
Color  Gray
Molecular Weight 106.42 g/mol
Density 12.02g/cm3
Melting Point  1554.9 °C
Boiling Point   2963 °C

Palladium Nanopowder/Nanoparticles

Palladium nanopowder nanoparticles online are of incredible significance as reactant materials, and also for various different applications, for example, hydrogen storage and sensing.

palladium nanopowder nanoparticles online is a magnificent hydrogenation and dehydrogenation catalyst available inorganic-metallic structures. Palladium nanoparticles have been observed to be powerful catalysts in different chemical reactions due to their augmented surface area over the bulk metal.

palladium nanopowder nanoparticles online have significant application in Automobile catalyst, dental, electrical, gems, multi-layer fired capacitors, half-breed incorporated circuits, the catalyzation of CO into CO2 in air purging boards, and different customer electronic items.

The biggest utilization of palladium today is in catalytic converters. Palladium is additionally utilized as a part of gems, dentistry, watchmaking, glucose test strips, airplane start plugs, surgical instruments, and electrical contacts.

Palladium is also used in dental alloys. However, palladium is mainly used in automotive catalytic converters (often in combination with rhodium); palladium acts as a catalyst to convert polluting hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen oxide in exhaust gases into the water, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen. Palladium coatings, either electrodeposited or chemically deposited, are used in printed circuit board components, and palladium is also used in multilayer ceramic capacitors.

A precious gray-white metal, palladium is extremely malleable and easy to work with. Palladium does not tarnish due to the atmosphere at normal temperatures. Therefore, metal and its alloys act as substitutes for platinum in jewelry and electrical contacts; Broken leaves are used for decorative purposes. The relatively small amount of gold-doped palladium produces the best white gold.