Catalog Number: NovaWire-ATiO-B1-RD
Crystalline Phase: pure anatase phase
Appearance: dry white powder
The products have unique physicochemical properties, such as non-toxicity, insolubility, high thermal stability and chemical inertness, which ensure their great performance in high temperatures and other harsh environments. And also they are good semiconductors with high photoactivity. Moreover, they have high refractive index and unique ability to reflect light, which allow them to be used in many optical applications, e.g., imparting whiteness, brightness, and opacity to various end-use products.
- Fillers for various nanocomposites including nanowire polymer composites, nanowire metal
composite, and nanowire ceramic composites
- Fillers for various adhesives and paints
- Fillers for various high performance films
- Nanowire porous ceramic membranes for chemical and water filtration, which can used in
strong acids and bases
- High temperature non-woven textiles
- White pigments for plastics, paints, rubbers, cosmetics, man-made fibers, papers, and
- Surface coatings
- Catalyst supports
- Dye-sensitized, polymer-based, and quantum dot (QD) solar cells (photovoltaic and
- Water splitting for hydrogen production
- Chemical sensors, especially high temperature gas sensors
- Anodes of lithium ion batteries
- Fuel cells
- Drug delivery
- Biocompatible materials for bone implants
- Electrochromic devices
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