Emerged as important players in modern medicine and many other fields, nanoparticles are now at the center of research for various applications. As a leading supplier of nanomaterials, Alfa Chemistry announces its ability to provide varieties of nanoparticles for use in both academia and industry manufacturing, including oxides nanoparticles, nanopowder compounds, alloys nanopowders, nano dispersion, mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA), magnetic nanoparticles, graphene nanopowders, elements nanoparticles, doped nanoparticles, compounds nanoparticles, clay nanopowders and more.

Nanoparticles range from 1 nm to 1000 nm in size. Because of their properties in chemical reactivity, energy absorption, and biological mobility, they are very different from bulk materials. Having gained a position at the core of all forms of nanobiomaterials, nanoparticles have found broad prospects in catalysis, imaging, biomedicine, energy-based research, and many other applications.

Different types of nanoparticles offered at Alfa Chemistry:

Oxides Nanoparticles
Nanoparticles are often used as catalysts for they have a large surface area and many surface active centers. The most commonly seen oxides nanoparticles are titanium dioxide (TiO2), zinc oxide (ZnO), aluminum oxide (Al2O3), silicon oxide (SiO2), rare earth oxides, etc.

Nanopowder Compounds
Standing out for melting point, magnetism, optics, heat conduction, electric conductivity, nanopowder compounds are perfect choices to make nano-sensors, nano-semiconductors, nano-ceramic materials and nano-catalyst materials.

Alloys Nanopowders
Unlike conventional alloys, alloy nanopowders have unique characteristics and are widely used as catalysts, magnetic materials, lubricants, absorbing materials, and even as a sintering aid in the powder metallurgy process to shorten the heating cycle of the sintering process.

Nano Dispersion
Nano dispersion prepared from biodegradable polymer materials can serve as carriers for anti-tumor drugs, gene delivery, anti-infective drugs, ophthalmic drugs as well as peptide and protein drugs.

Mineral Trioxide Aggregate (MTA)
MTA is a superior material for the treatment of endodontic diseases and is widely used in dentistry.

Magnetic Nanoparticles
Magnetic nanoparticle materials have now become a hot research topic in fields like magnetic fluid, catalysis, biomedicine and environmental protection.

Graphene Nanopowders
Graphene nanopowders can be added to ceramic materials, hydrogen storage materials, purification system, anti-rust coating, purification system, and functional composite materials to promote better performance.

Elements Nanoparticles
Elemental nanoparticles are increasingly used in medicine, sunscreen cosmetics, catalysts, and biological materials.

Clay Nanopowders
Having unique nano-in-situ generation structure and excellent performance, clay nanopowders provide a natural nano-structured composite basis for preparing nano-sized composite materials.

Doped Nanoparticles
The metal oxide nanoparticles doped with precious metals have greatly improved performance in terms of sensitivity, absorption capacity, and conductivity, which brings extensive prospects to doped nanoparticles.

Compounds Nanoparticles
Due to their nanometer particle size, compounds nanoparticles are widely used in the fields of optoelectronics, biomedicine, cosmetics, energy and catalysis.

For more information about Alfa Chemistry’s offering of nanoparticles, please visit https://nanomaterials.alfa-chemistry.com/products/nanoparticles.html or just simply send an email to us.

Author's Bio: 

Ever since its establishment, Alfa Chemistry’s whole staff team works very hard to build a comprehensive product portfolio for its customers across the globe. Aiming to bring out the best value for their customers from both quality and cost-saving perspective, the company gives the top priority to innovation and manages to enrich its product lines, which now cover catalysts, metal materials, graphenes, nanomaterials, functional polymers, lipids, ion-exchange resins and more.