Home » Zinc Nanoparticles (Zn, High Purity, 99.9%, 30-60 nm, Metal basis)
|Molecular Weight||65.382 g/mol||Confirm|
|Melting Point||419.53 °C||Confirm|
|Boiling Point||907 °C||Confirm|
|Solubility||Insoluble in water|
|Quality Control||Each lot of Zinc Nanoparticles was tested successfully.|
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|Other Metal||< 900ppm|
Zinc Nanoparticles usually insoluble in water and appears as a white powder. ZnO has a relatively large direct bandgap at room temperature because of this pure ZnO is colorless and transparent. This semiconductor shows several favorable properties: good transparency, wide bandgap, high electron mobility, strong room-temperature luminescence, etc. These nanoparticles manifest antibacterial, anti-corrosive, antifungal and UV filtering properties.
Zinc nanoparticles also widely employed in various cosmetic products for instance sunscreen products while it acts as an invisible obstacle which scatters UV radiation away from the skin. Bulk-sized Zn has poor dispersion property, resulting in low UV blocking capacity, low transparency on skin, and hard agglomeration in comparison to small-sized Zn. Thus, nano-sized Zn has recently attracted much attention in order to enhance the uptake of zinc and increase UV filtering efficiency with cosmetic clarity.
Zinc nanoparticles are utilized as preservative for distinct materials and products such as plastics, pigments, ceramics, glass, foods, etc. Zn nanoparticles are used in industrial sectors including environmental, synthetic textiles and food packaging. The biggest advantages of Zn are a good gas sensing properties, photocatalytic activity,antibacterial activity, possibility to prepare structures with interesting optical properties, like photonic crystals,catalytic materials, etc.
Zinc nanoparticles are used for many applications including as an activator of accelerator in the vulcanization process, as a form control in lattices, as reinforcement filler in white stocks, as an additive in lubricating oil and in catalysts.
Ultrafine Zinc nanoparticles show a high degree of transparency, making them useful in sunscreens, paints, varnishes, plastics and cosmetics, especially for broad UV-A and UVB blocking. Zinc also has promising applications in various fields such as photonic catalysis, light emitting diodes, field emission, gas sensors and solar cells.
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