Diamond Nanopowder has been called the hardest material. High temperatures are used to produce nano-scaled diamonds in industry.
Purity: 99.5%
Colour: Black
APS: 3-5 Nm
More information about Nanodiamond powder:
Diamond CAS has a value of 7782-40-3. Diamond Nanoparticleis the hardest material. High temperatures and pressure are required for the industrial production of nanoscaled diamonds.

What exactly is Nano Diamond Technology ()?
The Nano Diamond Battery (NDB), a high power, diamond-based, alpha, beta and neutron voltageic battery, can supply lifelong, green energy for many applications, as well as overcome the limitations of chemical batteries. NDB is a miniature nuclear generator.
They can be used as filling elements in synthetic materials or in the manufacturing of polishes. Their friction-reducing properties are claimed to be a benefit in oils for bicycle chains. Due to its special mechanical, biological, chemical, and optical characteristics, diamond is being considered for many medical uses. There are also recent advances in the application of diamonds to prostheses, drug delivery, and imaging.

Why are diamonds so hard?
Four electrons are found in the outer shell of every carbon atom. The four electrons in diamond are combined with four other carbonatoms, forming strong chemical bonds that result in a rigid tetrahedral structure. Diamond is the hardest substance on Earth because of its simple and tightly-bonded structure.

The diamond nanopowder , which is a gray-spherical, high surface area of carbon. These nanoscale carbon particles are usually 10–45 nanometers in diameter (nm), and have a specific surface (SSA) of between 30–50 m2/g. Also, they can be found in sizes ranging from 75–100 nm with a surface area of around 2–10 m2/g.

Can diamond powder be dangerous?
Health effects in the short term: Eye irritations, eye damage and irritations due to skin irritation from diamond powders’ mechanical wear can cause severe irritation. Inhaling fine diamond powder could cause irritation and eye damage. You can make them by impact events like an explosion, meteoritic impacts or other means. Nanodiamonds are being investigated for potential applications in quantum engineering and biotechnology.

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How Nano Diamond Powder Is it Produced?
You can make diamond nanopowders using multi-cathode DC thermal vapor deposition, and high-pressure high temperatures (HPHT). Nanodiamonds are ideally suited for biosensor applications. Nanodiamonds have the potential to be used as biosensors. Next, the particles of diamond must be extracted and purified from any contaminants that may have been placed around them. This is a quick and easy process, however the nanodiamonds are highly concentrated and can be of different sizes.

Nano Diamond Powder Features cas 7782-40-3
Pureness of nano-Diamond powder: 99.5%
Nano Diamond Powder APS: 3-5nm, depending on user’s specifications
Nano Diamond powder SSA: 286.4521/m2/g
The temperature of nano-Diamond powder decomposing: 629.98oC
Nano Diamond powder color:
The morphology of nano-Diamond powder: Flaky & spherical
Nano-Diamond powder Ash 2.218%
The bulk density of nano-Diamond powder: 0.16g/cm3.
Nano Diamond Powder True Density: 3.05-3.30 G/cm3.
Explosion Synthesized nano-Diamond powder




Pureified, unmodified




Modified Hydroxy


Amino group


Fe doped

Nano Diamond Powder TEM

Nano Diamond Powder Uses:
The most popular and versatile of all nanopowders, diamond nanopowder can be used in many areas, including electronics, jewelry and textiles.
How is diamond used in medicine? Diamond’s unique chemical and optical properties have been considered as a potential medical tool.
Use of diamond nanoparticles in nanotechnology. These particles are used to reduce friction in oils for bicycle chains.
The widely-used nano-diamond can be found in many industries, such as aerospace, aircraft manufacture, information technology, precision machinery and optical instrument.
Nanodiamonds can be used to precisely polish any surface, even those with the roughest of surfaces. This makes them an excellent choice for such jobs.
2.Protective coats
Diamond nanopowder is a cost-effective way to increase the resistance of a protective layer to any damage.
3. Reinforcement
Use it in ceramics, rubbers, resins, and many other compounds for its durability and resistance.
4.Quantum engineering
Research has shown that nanodiamonds can be used for quantum computing as well as other engineering projects.
5.High Precision Polishing
Computer disk heads are made up of the panels, chips and optics lenses. The Additives in polymer complexes can also be used in rubber, glass ceramic and textile fabric materials.
Coatings and films that are resistant to eroding diamonds
Biomedical material (artificial bone and joint)
Biosensors, Chemical Sensors
Material for the emission of field electrons;
Heat-resistant diamond coatings/coatings. Integrated circuit substrates.
Photoelectric sensors. Wear-resistant, self-lubricating composite coating.
The radiation-resistant coatings and diamond films/coatings are resistant to pressure;
Rubber, plastics, resin reinforcement agents; Seed crystal to grow larger diamonds
Abrasive material of high strength.

Storage condition of Nano Diamond Powder:
A damp reunion could affect nanodiamond’s dispersion performance as well as its use properties. Nanodiamond should therefore be stored in vacuum bags and kept in a dry and cool place. Additionally, nanodiamond powder must be kept away from stress.

Packing & Shipping of Nano Diamond powder
We offer many packing options that are dependent on the quantity of nano diamond powder.
Packaging of Nano Diamond Powder:Vacuum Packing, 100g to 500g, or 1kg/bag at 25kg/barrel. Or as requested.
Shipment of nano-diamond powder by sea, air or express, upon receipt payment.

Luoyang Tongrun Nano Technology Co. Ltd.
Send us an inquiry if you’re interested in high-quality nanodiamond dust. (brad@ihpa.net)

Nano Diamond Powder Properties

Nanodiamond powder and diamond nanopowder are two examples of nanodiamond nanopowder.
Synthetic diamond nanoparticles and detonation Nanodiamonds

7782-40-3 Molecular Weigh 12.01 Appearance Black Powder Melting Point 3727 °C Heating Point N/A Density 3.5 g/cm3 Bulk Density 0.16-0.18 g/cm3 Trun Density 3.05-3.3 g/cm3 Solubility of H2O Insoluble Particular Surface Area 200-450 m2/g (BET)

Nano Diamond Powder Health & Safety

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