|Carbon Coated Copper Nanoparticles
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|Insoluble in water
|Each Lot of Carbon Coated Copper Nanoparticles was tested successfully
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Carbon Coated Copper Nanoparticles encap-sulated in graphite carbon shells using are plasma method surface assisted electrochemical process. Flax fiber was modified by copper nano particles, which, then, to add antimicrobial properties, was introduced into polyethylene and poly(vinyl methyl ketone) films. the modification of the fabric by copper nanoparticles leads to complete destruction of Epidermophyton colonies and significantly sup presses growth of Candida colonies, which makes it possible to apply such fabric in treatment of fungal diseases and in antiseptic treatment and healing of septic wounds.
Carbon Coated Copper Nanoparticles used as alternatives for other noble metals in many applications heat transfer and inkjet printing. Inkjet printing is the most promising technology that uses noble metals such as gold and silver for printing highly conductive elements. Therefore, copper is mostly preferred for fabricating highly conductive Cu patterns on a plastic substrate by inkjet printing because of its low cost and high conductivity.
Carbon Coated Copper Nanoparticles due to their excellent physicals and chemiclas properties and low cost of perparation,have been of great interest. Copper nanoparticles have wide application as heat transfer system, antimicrobial materials, super strong materials ,sensors and catalysts. low concentrations copper nanopowders varying sizes electrostrictive materials for mechanical energy harvesting. wireless sensor networks and self power generating devices.
Carbon-Coated Copper Nanoparticles and its composites provide fexible interface activity in biological and biosensing applications due its special properties like bio compatibility, high stability against aggregation and hydrophilic. Wireless sensors with ability for self power generation can potentially be employed in devices for wireless data transmitting and receiving as well as in structural health monitoring equipment.
Carbon Coated Copper Nanoparticles (about 6 nm) embedded in polyvinyl methyl ketone ¯lms exhibit a noticeable inhibitory efect on the growth of microorganisms. Due to the stability of copper nanoparticles on a matrix and their disinfecting properties, Copper nanoparticles can be used as a bactericide agent to coat hospital. Nanofuids, copper nanoparticles get more attention due to its excellent thermal properties. Nanofuids of copper nanoparticles are used in both heating and cooling applications.
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