Graphitized Carbon Nanofiber, Purity: 99.95%, Size: 200-600 nm
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Graphitized Carbon Nanofiber
Purity: 99.95%, Size: 200-600 nm
|Ash Content (%)||<0,1|
|Bulk Density (g/cm3)||0,039|
|True Density (g/cm3)||2,1|
|CNF Dimensions||O.D.: 200-600 nm/Length: 10-50 µm|
|Specific Surface Area (m2/g)||20|
|Electrical Conductivity (S/cm)||110|
Highly pure Carbon Nanofibers (>99,9%) are produced by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) method.
Subsequent annealing for ~24 hours at ~3000 oC (graphitization) results with this high purity, electrical
and thermal conductivity properties.
Carbon nanofiber (CNF) is an attractive material similar to carbon nanotubes because of its conductivity
and mechanical properties. It is frequently used and studied in chemical catalysis, energy conversion,
hydrogen storage, rechargeable batteries, electrodes, lithography, EMI shielding, super capacitors, sensors,
displays, medical studies, polymer/composite reinforcement works etc.