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Silicon nanoparticles

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Lithium-ion Battery (LIB) Anode Material

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Silicon nanoparticles, also known as quantum dots, are a favorite among nanoparticle researchers, and it’s not hard to understand why. These particles are fascinating and full of possibilities: they’re overwhelmingly accepted as an alternative material for regular quantum dots and commercial organic dyes, and are preferred in light-emitting and bioimaging applications to silicon for being lower in cost, less toxic, and higher in overall abundance.

ACS Material manufactures high-quality, pure silicon nanoparticles with a narrow distribution of particle size, good activity, and large specific surface area. Potential applications for silicon nanoparticles are wide and varied and include semiconductor production, integrated circuit underlays, nonvolatile memory devices, high refractive index nanocomposites, and a number of biomedical applications.

CAS No.: 7440-21-3

1. Preparation Method

Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) Method 

2. Characterizations

Type:

A-Discontinued

B

C

Atomic Weight (g/mol):

28.08

28.08

28.08

Morphology:

Spherical powder

Spherical powder

Spherical powder

Average Particle Size (nm):

3

15

30

Spherical rate (%):

100

100

100

Purity (%):

>99.99

>99.99

>99.99

BET Surface Area (m2/g):

~257

~257

~257

 TEM-Silicon-3nm

Typical TEM Image of ACS Material Silicon Nanoparticles-Type A

 TEM-Silicon-15nm

Typical TEM Image of ACS Material Silicon Nanoparticles-Type B 

TEM-Silicon-30nm

Typical TEM Image of ACS Material Silicon Nanoparticles-Type C

 XRD-Silicon-Nanoparticles

XRD Analysis of ACS Material Silicon Nanoparticles

 

3. Application Fields

1)     Anode material in lithium-ion battery (LIB)

2)     Fluorescently labeled & biomedical

3)     Semiconductor & solar photovoltaic

4)     Coated refractory

5)     Lubricant materials

FAQ

1. What dispersants can be used to disperse Silicon Nanoparticles? Silicon nanoparticles can be dipersed in water or ethanol.

2. Which solvent can be used to dissolve Silicon Nanoparticles? You will need to ultrasonicate it with 40% hydrofluoric acid.