Single/ Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube Solutions and Powders
We provide the best novel, purified, and electronically separated single wall carbon nanotubes in the world! Click on a link to find your desired purity, offered from 70 - 99+% in both metallic and semiconducting types.
HiPco Carbon Nanotubes
The HiPco product has become a standard for small diameter nanotubes among academic researchers and the commercial industry alike. We offer three grades of purity along with high-purity electronically enriched solutions and powders for this fascinating material .
We have mastered the exfoliation of graphene to provide our customers with the PureSheets product: an ultra-pure single or multi-layered graphene nanoplatelet product.
Additionally, the PureWave powder is composed of thin, highly dispersible, few layer graphene nanoplatelets with very low oxygen content.
Transparent Conductive Ink
Our non-ITO Highly Conductive Ink works well with numerous coating techniques and provides low resistivity (<30 Ω/□) along with high transparency (>85%) .
Our PureTubes are unseparated SWNTs from the Arc-Discharge process that have been extensively purified to remove catalytic and carbonaceous impurities without causing tube damage.
These highly-scalable, large volume single wall carbon nanotubes (C-SWNT's) are generated using the Plasma Torch process. They are offered as unseparated powders of varied C-SWNT content or super purifed solutions and thick films.
Boron Nitride Nanotubes
We are pleased to offer the most novel form of single to few wall nanomaterials on the market: Boron Nitride Nanotubes! Available in powder form, this material can be successfully utilized in the fields of biomedicine, material science, and electronics.
Our Multi-walled Nanotubes are unseparated nanotubes grown from the Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) process. They are high-purity (95 weight percent and above) with lengths up to 30 microns. The creation process allows for large mass outputs which facilitates a low-cost, making this material affordable for both research and industrial needs.