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The difference between nanoparticles and nanomaterials

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Update time : 2021-05-10 10:00:31
What is nanopowder?
Nanopowder is also called nanoparticle, generally refers to ultrafine particles with a size between 1-100nm. Some people call it ultrafine particles. Its scale is larger than atomic clusters and smaller than ordinary particles. Nanoparticles enter the human body through the outer layer of the skin, lungs or intestines. The extent to which they migrate from the outside to the inside depends on the particles' specific physical and chemical properties.
What is the difference between nanomaterials and nanoparticles?
Nanomaterials refer to materials in the nanoscale range (1nm~100nm) in at least one dimension in a three-dimensional space or composed of them as basic units. For example, when the particle diameter is 10 nanometers, the particle contains 4000 atoms and the surface atoms account for 40%; when the particle diameter is 1 nanometer, the particle contains 30 atoms and the surface atoms account for 99%.

Introduction of nano cobalt powder
Nano cobalt particles are spherical and gray or black powder. Cobalt nanoparticles are magnetic and have a wide range of applications in imaging, sensors and other fields. Cobalt nanoparticles are classified as hazardous substances and may cause skin allergic reactions. They have also been tested, and inhalation can cause asthma symptoms and breathing difficulties.
Cobalt nanoparticles are spherical metal nanoparticles produced by laser evaporation. Cobalt is not a rich element but is widely dispersed in rocks, oceans and mineral water, coal, meteorites, sunlight and star atmosphere, soil, plants and animals.

Application of nano cobalt particles
1. Medical sensors
2. Biomedical imaging in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
3. Agents for targeted drug delivery agents for cancer treatment
4. Coatings, plastics, nanofibers, nanowires, textiles and high-performance magnetic recording materials
5. As a magnetic fluid: nanoparticles made of iron, cobalt, nickel and their alloys
6. Microwave absorbing materials
7. Cobalt oxide particles can also be used in military applications, such as high-performance invisible materials that absorb ultra-high frequency (EHF) millimeter waves (MMW), visible light and infrared light

How to store nano cobalt particles
A humid environment will cause the powder to agglomerate, so it should be stored in a dry environment and vacuum packed. The packaging specifications can be packaged according to customer needs.

The price of nano cobalt particles
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