Home » Carbon Nanofiber Dispersion in Water (>95%, Diameter: 500-600nm, Length: 30µm)
|Product||Carbon Nanofiber Dispersion in Water|
|Thermal Conductivity||5~10 W/m/K||Confirm|
|Content of Dispersant||0.30%||Confirm|
|Electrical Resistivity||150Ω µm||Confirm|
|Carbon||< 95 %||Confirm|
|Surface treating compound||Carboxylic||Confirm|
|Coeff of Linear Expansion||3~5 x 10/K||Confirm|
|Moisture Content||< 10%||Confirm|
|Oxidation Temperature||310 °C||Confirm|
|Stability||up to 3months at room temperature|
|Quality Control||Each lot of Carbon Nanofiber Dispersion in Water was tested successfully.|
|Main Inspect Verifier||Manager QC|
Carbon Nanofiber Dispersion (atomic symbol: C, atomic number: 6) Carbon is a Block P, Period 2, nonmetallic element. Carbon is at the same time one of the softest (graphite) and hardest (diamond) materials found in nature. It’s most famously used as a lightweight, high-strength construction material in exotic cars and aircraft, but it’s becoming downright common these days.
Carbon Nanofiber Dispersion is well suited to uses in medical facilities thanks to its X-ray permeability and non-magnetic properties. That’s why it is used, for example, in many complex medical scanning devices. It also has the perfect set of properties for sterilization, making it a mainstay in many operating theaters. Its high strength and light weight also make it ideal for use in medical aids, such as wheelchairs, beds, artificial limbs and braces, portable access ramps and much, much more.
Carbon Nanofiber Dispersion materials are from the world of commercial robots. This robot is used in the nuclear industry, airplane inspection, and many other applications where the environment is either extremely harsh to humans, or the ability to climb sideways and upside down would result in drastically reduced labor time wing.
Carbon Nanofiber Dispersion reduced weight and increased natural frequency, carbon fiber electronics enclosures maintain dimensional tolerances over a much wider temperature range than plastic or metal enclosures. The thermal expansion coefficient (CTE) of carbon fiber is approximately the same as Invar, thus greatly reducing thermal issues for sensitive electronics, laser, mirrors, and sensors.
We used Carbon Nanofiber Dispersion for shielding of automotive electronics application to enhance the mechanical, thermal strength and light weight. Fortunately, we found very excellent desired results.
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