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Carbon Nanotube Nickel (99%, Dia:<5nm, Length:20-30µm)

Carbon Nanotube Nickel

Product: Carbon Nanotube Nickel (99%, Dia:<5nm, Length:20-30um)

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SEM - Carbon Nanotube Nickel

SEM - Carbon Nanotube Nickel

Carbon Nanotube Nickel XPS Spectra

Carbon Nanotube Nickel XPS Spectra

Product Name Carbon Nanotube Nickel
Stock No NS6130-06-692
CAS 308068-56-6 Confirm
Diameter <5nm Confirm
Length 20-30µm Confirm
Purity >99% (SWCNT) Confirm
Amorphous carbon 1% Confirm
Residue ( calcination in air) <1% Confirm
SSA 350-450* m2/g Confirm
Bulk Density 0.05-0.17 g/cm3 Confirm
Real Density 2-3 g/cm3 Confirm
Charging * 2180 (Capacity: mA h/g) Confirm
Discharging* 534 (Capacity: mA h/g) Confirm
Volume Resistivity 0.1-0.15 ohm.cm ( measured at pressure in powder) Confirm
Available Quantities 2Gms, 5Gms, 10Gms, 25Gms and larger quantites
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Expert Reviews

Dr. Sheng Choy Wong Ph.D
Dr. Sheng Choy Wong Ph.D, (University of the Philippines College of Engineering, Quezon City, Philippines)

Carbon Nanotube Nickel matrix provides a novel class of hybrid materials with a good ion exchange capacity, high stability, and a selectivity for caesium ions. The CNT-PANI-NiHCF nanocomposite films have been synthesized by electrodeposition. he porous high surface area CNT matrix provides the high loading capacity for the deposition of NiHCF nanoparticles, while the PANI thin-film further stabilizes the nanoparticles

Dr. Yeng-Tim Liu
Dr. Yeng-Tim Liu, (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)

Carbon Nanotube Nickel modified carbon nanotubes rapidly oxidized glucose in alkaline solution with an excellent stability. Consequently, the modified carbon nanotubes were shown to be a suitable enzyme-free glucose electrochemical sensor when attached to a glassy carbon electrode, with excellent long term stability, a short response time, a low limit of detection, a long linear dynamic range, high sensitivity, and good precision.

Dr. Ana D. Gavrilovici
Dr. Ana D. Gavrilovici,  (University of Santiago of Chile (USACH), Chile)

Nanoshel’s Carbon Nanotube Nickel nanocomposite, and present the fabrication of a silicon micromirror with the CNTs-Ni nanocomposite beams to evaluate the mechanical stability of the micromirror in terms of resonant frequency. CNTs are pretreated to have positive charges on their surface and added into a Ni electroplating solution to form a CNTs-Ni nanocomposite electroplating suspension. CNTs are pretreated to have positive charges on their surface and added into a Ni electroplating solution to form a CNTs-Ni nanocomposite electroplating suspension. The mechanical strengthening phenomenon is found in the nanocomposite in comparison with a Ni film. Moreover, the addition of CNTs in the nanocomposite beams effectively increases the shear modulus compared with the pure Ni.

Dr. Bram van Andel, Ph.D
Dr. Bram van Andel, Ph.D, (International Medical and Technological University, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)

Nanoshel’s Carbon Nanotube Nickel nanocomposites through atomic layer deposition (ALD) of Ni and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of functionalized CNTs. The products possess uniform Ni nanoparticles that are constructed by finely controlled deposition of Ni onto oxygen or bromine functionalized CNT surface. Electrochemical studies indicate that the CNT–Ni nanocomposites exhibit high electrocatalytic activity for glucose oxidation in alkaline solutions, which enables the products to be used in enzyme-free electrochemical sensors for glucose determination. It was demonstrated that the Carbon Nanotube Nickel nanocomposite-based glucose biosensor offers a variety of merits, such as a wide linear response window for glucose concentrations of 5 μM–2 mM, short response time (3 s), a low detection limit (2 μM), high sensitivity (1384.1 μA mM−1 cm−2), and good selectivity and repeatability.

Dr. Changsik Yoo, Ph.D
Dr. Changsik Yoo, Ph.D, (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

Nanoshel’s Carbon Nanotube Nickel applications in the areas of molecular electronic devices, nanocomposites, and electron field emission have been proposed or explored. The nature of their structure and chemical bonding, carbon nanotubes are also interesting 1D host materials for lithium intercalation, and several groups have already investigated the application of Carbon Nanotube Nickel as the anode for lithium batteries. Carbon nanotubes directly on the surface of catalytically active transition metals such as nickel and cobalt. At the same time, the growth of carbon nanotubes directly on metallic substrates also resolves the problem of adhesion of nanotubes layers and fulfills the requirement for substrate electroconductivity.

Carbon Nanotube Nickel

Carbon Nanotube Nickel