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FUNCTIONALIZED MWCNT

Stock No. CAS MSDS Specification COA
NS6130-06-659 308068-56-6 Specification pdf COA pdf

COOH Functionalized CNT (Carbon Nanotubes, OD: 10-20nm, Length: 3-8µm)

COOH Functionalized CNT

COOH Functionalized CNT (Carbon Nanotubes, OD: 10-20nm, Length: 3-8µm)

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FTIR Spectra of COOH Functionalized CNT

FTIR Spectra of COOH Functionalized CNT

XPS COOH Functionalized CNT

XPS COOH Functionalized CNT

 
Product COOH Functionalized CNT
Stock No NS6130-06-659
CAS 308068-56-6 Confirm
Diameter 10-20nm Confirm
Length 3-8µm Confirm
Purity 99.9wt% (MWNT) (TGA) Confirm
Residue (calcination in air) <0.1% Confirm
COOH Content % 2-4Wt% Confirm
Average interlayer distance 0.34nm Confirm
Special Surface Area 100-110* m²/g Confirm
Bulk density 0.05-0.17 g/cm³ Confirm
Real density 4.00 g/cm³ Confirm
Charging* 2180 (Capacity: mA h/g) Confirm
Discharging* 534 (Capacity: mA h/g) Confirm
Volume Resistivity 0.1-0.15 Ω.cm ( measured at pressure in powder)
Available Quantities 10Gms, 25Gms, 50Gms, 100Gms and larger quantites
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Expert Reviews

Dr. Ms. Kelley Johnson, Ph.D
Dr. Ms. Kelley Johnson, Ph.D, (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland)

COOH Functionalized CNT: The solubilization and chemical modification of carbon nanotubes represent an emerging area in the research on nanotubes-based materials. These reactions may roughly be divided into two categories: a direct attachment of functional groups to the graphitic surface and the use of the nanotube-bound carboxylic acids.


Dr. Richard Harper, Ph.D
Dr. Richard Harper, Ph.D, (National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), Mexico)

COOH Functionalized CNT: For the solubilization of carbon nanotubes, the attachment of relatively large functional groups to the nanotubes is required. For the functionalization of multi wall carbon nanotubes and their solubility in common organic solvents &/or water the amidation of nanotube-bound carboxylic acids with long-chain alkylamines (octadecylamine, for example), a variety of oligomeric and polymeric compounds have been used.


Dr. Juan Yang
Dr. Juan Yang, (Seoul National University Seoul, South Korea)

COOH Functionalized CNT: The functionalization breaks the nanotube bundles, which is essential to the solubility. For various polymer functionalized carbon nanotubes, there is direct microscopy evidence for the wrapping of individual nanotubes by the polymers. The solubility of the functionalized carbon nanotubes is sometimes strongly dependent on the reaction routes.


Dr. Steve Chesney, Ph.D
Dr. Steve Chesney, Ph.D, (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany)

COOH Functionalized CNT: The functionalized carbon nanotubes in solution can be deposited directly onto a surface for various microscopy analyses. The solubility also offers unique opportunities in the development of carbon nanotubes-based materials and in the use of the solubilized carbon nanotubes as starting materials for further chemical and biochemical modifications.


Dr. Ms. Mia Liao
Dr. Ms. Mia Liao, (National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan)

COOH Functionalized CNT: The solubility of the carbon nanotubes associated with the functionalization and chemical modification offers excellent opportunities not only in the characterization and understanding of carbon nanotubes but also in the utilization of carbon nanotubes for various nanomaterials. Parameters such as structure, surface area, surface charge, size distribution, surface chemistry, and agglomeration state as well as purity of the samples have considerable impact on the reactivity of carbon nanotubes.


COOH Functionalized CNT

COOH Functionalized CNT