|Product||Carbon Nanofiber Dispersion|
|Diameter||500-600nm (± 10µm)||Confirm|
|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|
Typical Chemical Analysis
Carbon nanofibers (CNFs) are discontinuous, highly graphitic, highly compatible with most polymer processing techniques, and can be dispersed in an isotropic or anisotropic mode. They have excellent mechanical properties, high electrical conductivity, and high thermal conductivity, which can be imparted to a wide range of matrices including thermoplastics, thermosets, elastomers, ceramics, and metals. Carbon nanofibers also have a unique surface state, which facilitates functionalization and other surface modification techniques to tailor the nanofiber to the host polymer or application.
Carbon nanofibers have attracted much interest in the ﬁelds of materials, chemistry, and physics due to their unique structures and extraordinary properties. It is generally believed that Carbon nanofibers surface modiﬁcation is required to dramatically de bundle and homogeneously disperse or dissolve carbon nanofibers in organic solvents or polymers.
Carbon nanofibers (CNFs) have been applied as promising materials in many fields, such as energy conversion and storage, reinforcement of composites and self-sensing devices. The carbon nanofibre dispersions and their composites are able to be used in many fields, including sensors, electrode materials, and electromagnetic shielding.
The carbon nanofibers dispersion and their composites mainly count on their electrical performances. CNF has also been implemented as electrode material for two types of capacitors, namely decoupling capacitors and supercapacitors. As electrode materials, special structural designs and realization to guarantee high specific areas without satisfying mechanical performances is the key factor in enhancing the performances of the current materials.
Carbon nanofibers (CNFs) have recently received added attention due to their potential usages in various research and industrial sectors. For instance, the chemical industry, material science, and environmental and energy storage specialties. Preparation of polymer composites carried out through the dispersion of CNF into the polymer matrices while CNF utility in the adsorption of volatile organic compounds (VOC) such as alkanes, aromatics, and chloro-hydrocarbons was also established. Factually, CNFs are potential materials for various engineering applications due to their unique chemical, physical, mechanical, and electrical properties.
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