|APS||<100nm (Can be Customized)|
|Molecular Weight||183.84 g/mol|
|Melting Point||3422 °C|
|Boiling Point||5930 °C|
Tungsten Nanoparticles Main purpose: Used carbide, diamond tools, heavy alloy, tungsten-rhenium thermocouple material, contact alloys.
Tungsten Nanoparticles Applications
- Color and pigment. Used as a colorant and pigment in various ceramics and other compound materials.
- Alloys. Can be used when producing certain forms of metal tungsten and tungsten alloys.
- Data storage. Used to produce high-density memory storage devices.
- Conductors. This material is frequently used for its electromagnetic properties to produce conductors and conducting nanofluids.
- Semi-conductors. Tungsten powders can also be used to produce certain composite semiconducting materials.
- Mechanochemical. The various mechanicochemical application can take advantage of the unique properties of tungsten. Specifically of use in solar energy conversion, smart windows, and related technologies.
- Optics. Like many nanoparticles, tungsten offers unique optical properties as smaller scales, unseen at larger scales. This makes it useful in certain displays and imaging applications.
- Alloys for the electronic package; Alloys for heat sinks; Anti-armor alloys; Circuit breakers; Contacts and electrode materials; Contacts in a protective atmosphere; Electrodes for gas sensors; Microelectronics films; Penetrators; Protective coatings; Sintering additives; Switchgear; Thermal management; Transformer tap changer; Vacuum contactors; Vacuum load switches…