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Silicon Nanopowder & Nanowire Mixed (Si, >99%, 100nm, Polycrystalline)

Nanowire-Si powder, particle size uniformity, and good dispersion. Mainly used in semiconductor parts, power parts, integrate circuit and extension underlay; High refractive-index nanocomposites; Light emitters; Nonvolatile memory devices…………

Silicon Nanopowder
Product No NRE-1038
CAS No.  7440-21-3
Formula  Si
APS <100nm  (Can be Customized)
Purity 99.9%
Color  Gray
Molecular Weight  ‎28.085 g/mol
Density   2.33g/cm3
Melting Point     1410 °C
Boiling Point    2355 °C

Silicon Nanopowder & Nanowire Mixed Applications:

  • Applications of these various forms of silica nanopowder are varied and encompass numerous industries and research avenues, including but not limited to:
  • Medical applications. Like many stable, non-toxic nanomaterials, silica nanoparticles have been extensively researched for their potential in specialized drug delivery systems. Silicon nanopowders also play roles in more nanotech-specific, individualized therapies targeting specific diseases, in an approach combining therapeutic capabilities and diagnostic capabilities into a single agent called ‘theranostics’.
  • Composite materials. The high versatility of silica nanoparticles in their many configurations make them a key ingredient in the production of many different composite materials. The list includes, but isn’t limited to concretes, glasses, ceramics, alloys, plastics, and rubbers.
  • Paint. Silica nanoparticles have been extensively used in various paints to improve opacity and help add a smooth, glossy finish to the completed product.
  • Cosmetics. Like many non-toxic nanopowders, silicon nanoparticles have been explored and applied extensively by the cosmetics industry in recent years. Silica, in general, has been used in cosmetics as an abrasive, a bulking agent, to render cosmetics more opaque, to prevent caking, and as a suspension agent.
  • Magnetics. The unique properties of certain formations of silica nanoparticles make them of value in producing a number of magnetic materials.
  • Catalyst. Like many nanoparticles, silicon nanoparticles have been researched and applied extensively in catalysis. In particular, they’ve been used in various processes as both a highly effective catalyst carrier and a remarkably active catalyst.