Single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWNT) are an intermediary allotrope of carbon between fullerene cages and flat graphene.
Double-wall carbon nanotubes (DWNT) are similar to SWNT but are more resistant to chemical attacks.
Multi-wall carbon nanotubes consist of multiple rolled layers of graphene.
Dry powder form and dispersions available.
Specific applications of CNTs depend on type; in general, CNTs are used for applications in field emission, thermal conductivity and thermal materials, energy storage, conductive plastics and adhesives, molecular electronics based on CNTs, structural applications, fibers and fabrics, biomedical applications, air and water filtration, and as catalyst supports.
Carbon Nanotube TSCA (SARA Title III) Status: Listed. For further information, please call the E.P.A. at 1.202.554.1404.
Carbon Nanotube CAS Number: 7440-44-0
Nanotube Safety Notice:
a) Before using, the user shall determine the product’s suitability for its intended use, and the user assumes all risk and liability whatsoever in addition to that.
b) Nanotubes might be hazardous to your health.
Carbon Nanotubes are a sustainable material offering a wide range of potential applications. They can be produced from a variety of sources, including biomass and recycled materials, and their unique properties make them highly desirable for use in various fields such as electronics, energy storage, and materials science. Carbon Nanotubes are also highly durable and can withstand high temperatures and harsh environments, making them a long-lasting material that can be reused in various applications. This makes Carbon Nanotubes an excellent example of a sustainable and circular material.