Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
MWNTs consist of several graphene layers, formed as a tube. The space between the layers is 0.34 nm, which is the same as between the crystal graphite layers.
MST MWNTs do not require any purification from other carbon forms (soot), they do not have any surface damages and are aimed for the following applications:
- composite material modification/masterbatches
- components for electronics
- chemical industry
- oil-refining industry
- building industry
- lacquers and paints
- adsorbents for mineral oils
MST Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (MWNTs) are synthesized by a unique production method, low-temperature thermocatalytic pyrolysis of hydrocarbon. Our method is based on the conversion of carbon-containing gas bursts (methane, propane, butane) into multi-walled carbon nanotubes without impurities of other carbon forms.
Tests provided showed that MWCNT-MST can be successfully applied for:
- nanomodifiers for adhesives/glues
- paint-metal surfaces
- heat-conducting pastes
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MWNTs (multi-walled carbon nanotubes) consist of several graphene layers, formed as a tube with open or closed ends. They form strong and highly elastic fibers. The space between the layers is 0.34 nm, which is the same as between the crystal graphite layers. There can be many structural models of carbon nanotubes which depend on the bond between carbons. With different bonding, we get different properties. The most common structure with many benefits is the hexagonal one.
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Due to their chemical, physical and mechanical properties MWCNT MST are suitable for modifying of any composite materials in order to improve consumer characteristics and to increase the service life of end products.
Large surface of our developed material enables its high adsorptive capacity. It can be used as an adsorbent for capturing of hydrogen sulphide, sulfur dioxide, RSH, disulfide, chlorine, fluorine and other.
Due to their chemical, physical and mechanical properties MWCNT MST are suitable for modifying of any composite materials in order to improve consumer characteristics and to increase the service life of end products. Carbon nanotubes are excellently strong and flexible; they have extraordinary conductivity of heat and electricity as well as other carbon nanomaterials which our company also provides. Carbon nanotubes have also very valuable optical properties such as absorption or fluorescence. They can also be modified to achieve required properties. You can increase strength, flexibility, elasticity and even toughness by mixing carbon nanotubes with some polymers or metals.
Large surface of our developed material enables its high adsorptive capacity. It can be used as an adsorbent for capturing of hydrogen sulphide, sulphur dioxide, RSH, disulphide, chlorine, fluorine and other.
В· Composite materials
- Lacquers and paints
- Coatings (carbon nanotubes as versatile coating materials)
- Heat-conducting pastes
- Transparent films
- Ceramics (improved toughness)
В· Energy. The conductivity of carbon nanotubes is determined by their size and chirality
- Supercapacitors (carbon nanotubes are special not just by their conductivity but also by their enormously high surface area)
- Solar cells
- Fuel cells (electrode catalyst)
- Li-ion batteries (for notebooks and mobile phones)
- Hydrogen storage
В· Polymer materials
- Thermosetting plastic
- Multiuse adsorbents
- Multiuse filters (water purification)
- Photovoltaic technologies
- Biosensors (could be used in medicine, food technology or military)
- Receptors in vivo (inside of the living cell)
- Synthetic implants
- Cell tracking and labeling
- Drug and gene delivery
- Cancer research