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Stock No. CAS MSDS Specification COA
NS6130-04-451 7440-66-6 Specification pdf COA pdf

Zn Nanoparticles Dispersion (Zn, Purity: 99.9 %, APS: 50nm)

Zn Nanoparticles Dispersion

Product: Zn Nanoparticles Dispersion (Zn, Purity: 99.9 %, APS: 50nm)

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

SEM-Zinc Nanoparticles

SEM-Zinc Nanoparticles

 
Product Zinc Nanoparticles Dispersion
Stock No NS6130-04-451
CAS 7440-66-6 Confirm
APS 50nm Confirm
Purity 99.9 % Confirm
Form Liquid Confirm
Color Brown/yellow Confirm
pH 4-5 Confirm
Concentration 20 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. Alte Schule Rheingau PhD, (Limerick Institute of Technology, Limerick, Ireland)

A dispersion is a system in which particles are dispersed in a continuous phase of a different composition (or state). A dispersion is classified in a number of different ways, including how large the particles are in relation to the particles of the continuous phase, whether or not precipitation occurs, and the presence of Brownian motion.


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

Dispersions do not display any structure i.e the particles dispersed in the liquid or solid matrix are assumed to be statistically distributed. The percolation theory usually describe the properties if dispersions. Dispersions are plentiful in types and in use all over the world in innumerable applications.


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

Dispersion is a process by which agglomerated particles are separated from each other and a new interface, between an inner surface of the liquid dispersion medium and the surface of the particles to be dispersed.


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

Dispersions have structures very much different from any kind of statistical distribution, but in contrast very much showing structures similar to self-organisation, which can be described by non-equilibrium thermodynamics.


Zn Nanoparticles Dispersion

Zn Nanoparticles Dispersion