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Iron nanoparticles can be found in black, and are soluble in the nano Fe-colloid that is formed by water. This metal has many applications, including high density magnetic recording material, electroconductive materials and biomedical carrier. Purity: 99% Particle Size 80nm About Iron Nanoparticles Nanofe Powder The submicron iron particles in nanometer size are called iron particles. Due to their large surface areas, they can be highly reactive. When they are exposed to oxygen or water, they oxidize rapidly and form iron ions. They have been widely utilized in medicine and laboratories. Additionally, they are being investigated for their potential use to remediate industrial sites that are contaminated by chlorine organic compounds. Nano iron refers to the iron atoms that have been superposed at the nanometer level (E-9m). While there are no differences in their physical and chemical properties, they can spark in the air. Performance of Iron Nanoparticles Nano Fe Pulp: Iron nanoparticles possess a high specific surface, strong tunneling and small boundary effects, as well as the properties that are common to ordinary iron. They have uniform size particles, small particle distributions, low carbon, nitrogen and sulfur content, as well as a high purity level. This material is also very fluid, has a high oxidation resistance, and a low sintering temp. Technical Parameter: Iron Nanoparticles Nano Fe powder: Product name Purity Particle Size Shape SSA Iron Nanopartiles Fe 99% 80nm Spherical 8-14m2/g Black How is iron nanoparticles Nano Fe powder made? Nano-iron preparation can be broken down into two parts: chemical and physical. Evaporation condensation: Also known as vacuum evaporation or laser heating evaporation. This method uses various methods for gasification, plasma formation, or rapid condensation of the medium. These nanometer particles are high in purity and have a good crystalline structure. This technique is useful for controlling particle sizes, although the technical equipment can be quite costly. Method of chemical reduction: This is where a certain reducing agent is employed to remove metal ferric oxide from nano-iron particles. It can be classified into liquid-phase and solid-phase methods. Iron Nanoparticles NanoFe Powder 1. Material that absorbs: Metal nanoparticles possess a unique absorbing ability. Stealth materials that have millimeter-wave capabilities can be made from iron, cobalt, and zinc oxide powders. You can use iron nanoparticles as an infrared and structural stealth, or mobile phone radiation shielding materials. 2. Magnetic medium: Because of its high saturation susceptibility, and permeability to nano-iron it is a magnetic medium. It can be used in combination with a fine magnetic head. 3. The high performance magnetic recording material nano-iron offers the benefits of high saturation susceptibility (high specific saturation susceptibility), correction coercoerity and good oxidation resistance. This can significantly improve magnetic tapes and larger capacity hard- and soft drives. 4. Magnetic fluid: Made of iron, cobalt or nickel with alloy powder. It has an excellent performance and is widely used in sealing damping. Iron Nanoparticles Nanofe Powder Storage Conditions: Iron nanoparticles will suffer from damp reunion. This can affect their dispersion performance as well as the use effects. Iron powder should therefore be stored in vacuum packaging and in a cool dry place. Additionally, Fe Nanoparticles should be avoided when under stress. Packing & Shipping of Iron Powders Nanoparticles: There are many options for packing depending on the amount of iron powder. Iron nanoparticles packaging: vacuum Packing, 1kg/bag 25kg/barrel or according to your request Shipment of iron nanoparticles – can be shipped by sea, air or express, once payment has been received.

Iron Nanoparticles Properties

Iron nanopowder, iron nano-particles, Fe nano-powder, nanoiron, nano-Fe 7439-89-6 Co Molecular Weight 55.85 Appearance Black Powder Melting Point 1535 Heating Point 2750 Poisson’s Rate 0.29 Solubility of H2O N/A Thermal Expansion (25 °C) 11.8 µm·m-1·K-1

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