The past decade has seen an impressive growth of nanotechnogy. Nanomaterials are widely used in many areas such as drug delivery, cell tracking, and regenerative medicine. To better cater to the market demand, Alfa Chemistry Materials, an expert in specialized materials, announces to release varieties of nanomaterials for customers worldwide on December 22, 2020.

Nanomaterials are characterized by their tiny size, which is measured by nanometers. A nanometer is one millionth of a millimeter. The small size makes the material both promising and challenging. Their properties such as size, shape, high reactivity and other unique characteristics make nanomaterials potentially beneficial in product development and drug delivery, but may also cause some biological and environmental concerns.

With the continuous effort of researchers around the world, nanotechnology persists to develop solutions in cosmetics, technology, medicines, and tools that benefit our daily life both at home and in the workplace.

“The nanomaterials provided at Alfa Chemistry Materials include: Carbon Nanomaterials, Ceramic Membranes, Dendrimers, Graphenes, Mesoporous Materials, Molecular sieve, Nanoclays, Nanodiamonds, Nanodispersions, Nanoparticles, Nanopowders, Nanotubes, Nanowires, Polymer Nanospheres, POSS Nanohybrid Materials, Quantum Dots, Surface Functionalized Nanoparticles, Tectomers, Zeolites,” says a senior scientist from Alfa Chemistry Materials.

Application of nanomaterials
Nano-catalyst: Nanometer catalyst has high activity, good stability, large surface area, etc. Compared with ordinary catalyst, nanometer catalyst improves the response speed of 10 - 15 times.

Nano-magnetic material: Nano-magnetic materials can be widely used in information recording, magnetic induction, biomedicine and other fields. Especially, superparamagnetic ferromagnetic nanoparticles can also be made into magnetic fluids, which are widely used in fields such as electroacoustic devices and damping devices.

Nano-ceramic material: Nano-ceramic material is a new super-structural ceramic material developed in the past 20 years. It is widely used in protective materials, high temperature materials, artificial organ manufacture, clinical application and electrical properties, etc.

Carbon nanotube: Carbon nanotubes have light weight and hollow structure, and can be used as excellent containers for storing hydrogen. In addition, carbon nanotubes can also be used as molds, and their centers can be filled with metals, oxides and other substances to prepare nanoscale wires.

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Author's Bio: 

With the aim to continuing serving clients from universities, research institutes as well as other organizations, Alfa Chemistry Materials strives to broaden and enhance its product offerings by providing micro-nano electric materials, nanomaterials, organic and printed electronics, photonic and optical materials, polymers and many other material chemicals. The in-stock products listed on the website can be shipped out within 3-5 business days upon receipt of customers' purchase order.