Metallic SWNTs - M70% - L: 0.3 - 5 μm (NanoIntegris - 1 milligram)
Metallic SWNTs - M70% - L: 0.3 - 5 μm (NanoIntegris - 1 milligram)
Metallic SWNTs - M70% - L: 0.3 - 5 μm (NanoIntegris - 1 milligram)
Metallic SWNTs - M70% - L: 0.3 - 5 μm (NanoIntegris - 1 milligram)
Metallic SWNTs - M70% - L: 0.3 - 5 μm (NanoIntegris - 1 milligram)

Metallic SWNTs - M70% - L: 0.3 - 5 μm (NanoIntegris - 1 milligram)

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Metallic SWNTs - M70% - IsoNanotubes-M 

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Place of Origin: Quebec, Canada
Brand Name: NanoIntegris Technologies Inc.
Model Number: NMT-M70
Application: Battery, composites, coating, supercapacitor, conductive ink, sensors, energy storage, etc.
Chemical Composition: Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (70% metallic)
Appearance: Green solution
Shelf Life: 6 months

Quantity: 1 milligram

Diameter Range 1.2nm-1.7nm
Length Range 300 nm to 5 microns
Solution Color Green
Metal Catlyst Impurity <1.2%
Amorphous Carbon Impurity 1-5%
Electronic Enrichment 70%
Nanotube Concentration 0.01 mg/ml
Surfactant Concentration 1% w/v
Surfactant Type  Ionic (proprietary mixture)
Nanotube Type Arc discharge

Metal Catalyst (resulted from NAA)

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Potential Applications

The IsoNanotubes-M product has been a reliable staple of NanoIntegris Technologies for many years now. This one-of-a-kind, high-purity, conductive material can be utilized for many types of applications such as a replacement for Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) in flexible electronics, within highly conductive wire composites, smart glass/ windows, within high-speed bolometers for Infrared sensors, and for developing intelligent cellular delivery systems.

High Speed Bolometers

Work performed at the Center for Future Energy Systems, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has shown the metallic IsoNanotubes are a suitable material for infrared sensors; specifically for application to  microbolometers. It was found that highly cracked composites containing IsoNanotubes-M had the best properties over other nanotubes. Measurements of Temperature Coefficient of Resistance (TCR) was -6.7%/K at 25˚C, Device Responsivity: 62 V/W @ 500mV bias, Film conductivity of 1.69×10-6 S/m, and a Time constant of ~560 µs at 63% response.

Proc. of SPIE Vol. 8632 863205-2

siRNA Nuclear Localization

Research by scientists at University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy have found that complexes created with IsoNanotubes-M material may be a great prospect for developing intelligent cellular devlivery systems, targeting particular nuclei. Some of the wonderful properties found were 1 hr binding of SWNT complex to cellular membranes followed by subsequent uptake into cytoplasm, with higher selectivity toward nucleoli, as compared to semiconducting or un-electronically separated nanotube sources.

Future Sci. OA (2015) FSO17

 Highly Conductive Wire Composites

At the NASA Glenn Research Center, Dr. Henry C. de Groh III was able to create a Copper Carbon Nanotubes Composite1, utilizing the IsoNanotubes-M 95% material displaying enhanced conductivity of +246%, as compared to unsorted nanotubes. It was also theorized that such composites will lead to wires with enhanced current carrying capacity (amapacity) over long lengths.

[1] MRS Advances, Volume 2, Issue 2 (Nanomaterials)2017 , pp. 71-76