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NS6130-04-419 7440-22-4 Specification pdf COA pdf

Silver Colloidal (Ag Dispersion, Purity: 99.9%, APS: 150nm)

Silver Colloidal Dispersion

Product: Silver Colloidal Dispersion (Ag, Colloidal, Purity: 99.9%, APS: 150nm)

Quality Control: Each lot of NANOSHEL Silver Nanoparticles Dispersion was tested successfully.

SEM – Silver Nanoparticles

SEM – Silver Nanoparticles

 
Product Name Silver Colloidal Dispersion
Stock No NS6130-04-419
CAS 7440-22-4 Confirm
APS 150nm Confirm
Purity 99.9% Confirm
Molecular Formula Ag Confirm
Molecular Weight 107.87 g/mol Confirm
Form Liquid Confirm
Color Black Confirm
Density 0.08-0.9g/cm3 Confirm
SSA >8m2/g Confirm
pH 4-5 Confirm
Concentration 2-3 wt% (Available as per Customer requirement
Dispersing Agent Organic Solvent (DMF), IPA Ethanol, Water (ddH2O)
Available Quantities 10ml, 50ml, 100ml, 250ml and larger quantities
Main Inspect Verifier Manager QC

Typical Chemical Analysis

Assay 99.9%

Expert Reviews

Dr. Alan Crawford Ph.D
Dr. Alan Crawford Ph.D, (National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine)

Silver Colloidal Applications include molecular diagnostics and photonic devices, which take advantage of the novel optical properties of these nanomaterials. An increasingly common application is the use of silver nanoparticles for antimicrobial coatings, and many textiles, keyboards, wound dressings, and biomedical devices now contain silver nanoparticles that continuously release a low level of silver ions to provide protection against bacteria.


Dr. Alte Schule Rheingau PhD
Dr. Alte Schule Rheingau PhD, (Limerick Institute of Technology, Limerick, Ireland)

Silver Colloidal is invaluable to solder and brazing alloys, batteries, dentistry, glass coatings, LED chips, medicine, nuclear reactors, photography, photovoltaic (or solar) energy, RFID chips (for tracking parcels or shipments worldwide), semiconductors, touch screens, water purification, wood preservatives and many other industrial uses. Washington-based industry group the Silver Institute calls it “the indispensable metal.


Dr. Bunroeun Thong, Professor
Dr. Bunroeun Thong, Professor, (Phnom Penh Institute of Technology,Phnom Penh, Cambodia)

Silver Colloidal sensitivity to light has found fast-growing use in the photovoltaic, or solar energy, industry. Using silver as a conductive ink, photovoltaic cells transform sunlight into electricity. Silver nanoparticles are an effective antibacterial substance and are found as additive in various medical applications.


Dr. Ms. Karel Gorissen
Dr. Ms. Karel Gorissen, (Costa Rica Institute of Technology, Alajuela, Limon)

Silver Colloidal, Cylindrical colloidal-silver-impregnated ceramic filters for household (point-of-use) water treatment were manufactured and tested for performance in the laboratory with respect to flow rate and bacteria transport. Colloidal silver was appliedto filters in different quantities and ways dipping and painting. Filters were also tested without any colloidal-silver application. colloidal silver by either painting with, or dipping in, a colloidal-silver solution. The colloidal silver is hypothesized to act as a microbial disinfectant.


Dr. Ralph Bressler
Dr. Ralph Bressler, (University of Southern Queensland, Australia)

Silver Colloidal, The solute- and bacteria-transport experimentsprovide improved understanding of the relative affects of filtration and colloidal-silver disinfection on bacteria removal by the ceramic filters. Bacteria transport data for the three filters prior to application of colloidal silver support the hypothesis that steric rejection or size exclusion chromatography is a significant mechanism of bacteria removal in the ceramic filters. Filters with smaller pores caused higher rejection of bacteria.


Silver Colloidal Dispersion

Silver Colloidal Dispersion