|Molecular Weight||195.084 g/mol|
|APS||<40 µm (can be customized)|
|Melting Point||1,768 °C|
|Boiling Point||3825 °C|
Platinum Powder Applications
Anti-Biotic, anti-Fungal for plastics, coatings, and textiles. When added to plastics, various coatings, or textiles in the manufacturing process, platinum Powder inhibits the growth, reproduction, and spread of bacteria and fungi.
Conductive effects. While platinum is a notable semi-conductor in its own right, the focus on interest in platinum micropowder centers around its modification of the conductivity of other materials. It’s particularly useful in the doping of zinc oxide to produce a material with the unique characteristics of zinc oxide but with improved conductivity.
Catalytic applications. Platinum micropowder has seen extensive use in the industrial synthesis of nitric acid, the reduction of vehicle exhaust cases, the synthesis of magnetic Powder, and a host of other applications. The specific catalytic properties of platinum micropowder vary depending on the shape and size of the particle or particles utilized.
Nanotechnology research. Platinum micropowder offers unique properties making it the center of substantial nanotechnology research. In addition to its potential as a catalyst and in medicine, platinum offers unique potential in the synthesis of novel materials with special properties.