|< 120 nm
|(25 °C) 24.8µm•m-1•K-1
|1.56 W/cm/K @ 298.2 K
|0.243Cal/g/K @ 25 °C
|Insoluble in water
|Each Lot of Magnesium Nanoparticles was tested successfully
|Main Inspect Verifier
Typical Chemical Analysis
Magnesium nanoparticles exhibit antibacterial activities against foodborne pathogens. Magnesium is extensively utilized in the chemical industry as a scrubber for air pollutant gases (CO2, NOX, SOX) and also used as a catalyst. Magnesium is the most auspicious candidate due to it exhibits unique and excellent properties such as optical, electrical, thermal, mechanical and chemical properties and also its high ionic character.
At the nanoscale, Mg shows high reactivity because of the comportment of a great number of highly reactive edges, structural defects on the surface, unusual lattice planes and high surface to volume ratio. Magnesium Nanoparticles has a very high melting point and low heat capacity, which makes it an appropriate candidate for insulation applications.
Magnesium Nanoparticles have several applications in diverse fields for instance, agricultural products, paints, superconductor products, antimicrobial materials, photonic devices, refractory materials, electro-optical devices, sensors and as adsorbent. In medicine, Mg is used for the relief of heartburn, sore stomach, and for bone regeneration. Currently, Mg nanoparticles have also exhibited application in tumor treatment. These nanoparticles also have substantial potential as an antibacterial agent.
Manessium oxide is an interesting basic oxide. Magnesium oxide has many applications in catalysis, adsorption and in the synthesis of refractory ceramics. It also shows the applications in adsorption process. The important characteristics are shown by the oxide of magnesium is availability, cheap, nonvolatile, non-toxic, stability, adsorption capacity and high reactivity. It is employed as a catalyst in the purification of dangerous and resistive materials.
Nanoshel’s Product Categories Link:Magnesium Nanoparticles (Mg, Purity: >99.9%, APS: <120nm)