Rapid Large Scale Nanomaterials Synthesis

 

The value of Nanograde is our ability to rapidly produce unique high value nano materials. Our novel and unique patent-protected nanoparticle synthesis processes features unrivaled key technical capabilities:

  • Rapid screening - Several tens different compositions can be synthesized per year.
  • Material flexibility - The range of nanomaterials that can be synthesized is virtually limitless. Metal oxides, mixed metal oxides, ceramics and high melting point compounds nanopowders.
  • Uniformity - Through our process particle size variation can be optimized to the requirements of the application.
  • Purity - Our nanoparticles can be synthesized with a high phase purity.
  • Protection – Our particles will be coated with SAR or suspended for further steps.
  • Reproducibility - By controlling our process parameters our synthesis intrinsically yields the same nanoparticles

We have upscaled our synthesis technology to the ton scale.

 

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