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Oxide nanopowders

Description

Many significant properties of nanopowders are determined by their size and size distribution along with the surface state of the nanoparticles. Developed unique synthesis technology provides stiff control over the size, size distribution, phase and chemical composition and nanoparticles surface and chemical production route delivers easily scalable nanopowders outcome, keeping their price at affordable level.

Materials: ZrO2 - Y2O3 - RxOy (R-Cr, Mn, Fe, Eu, Al, rare-earths), Al2O3, other oxides.

Innovative Aspect and Main Advantages

Main Advantages:

  • precisely controlled size
  • narrow particles size distribution
  • soft agglomerates
  • stable properties

Advantages:

  • desired particle size in the range of 5-50 nm
  • narrow size distribution and stable phase composition
  • soft agglomerates
  • possible surface modification of nanoparticles

Areas of Application

  • catalyst and catalyst support
  • sorbents and pigments
  • sensors and ionistors
  • protective coatings
  • SOFC components
  • optical materials
  • diagnostic markers and drug carriers
  • toughening additives for polymer
  • metal and ceramic based composites
  • powders for ceramics production


Pilot line on nanopowders production




Stage of Development

Ready for commercial use

Contact Details

Dr. Konstantinova T.E.
Organization: Donetsk institute for physics and engineering named after O.O. Galkin of the NAS of Ukraine, Materials science department
Address: 83114, Donetsk, R. Luxembourg, 72
Tel: +38 (062) 311 11 21
Fax: +38 (062) 342 75 13
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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