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Carbon nanofibers

graphitized (iron-free), composed of conical platelets, D × L 100 nm × 20-200 μm

Synonym: PR-25-XT-HHT, Conical carbon nanofibers



Related Categories 3D Printing Materials for Research and Development, Carbon Nanofibers, Carbon Nanomaterials, Carbon Nanotubes, Materials Science,
form   powder
D × L   100 nm × 20-200 μm
impurities   iron-free
  <100 ppm Iron content
average diameter   130 nm
pore size   0.075 cm3/g average pore volume
  124 Å average pore diameter
surface area   average specific surface area 24 m2/g
mp   3652-3697 °C
density   1.9 g/mL at 25 °C
bulk density   0.5‑3.5 lb/cu.ft



25 g in glass bottle

Preparation Note

Produced by Floating Catalyst Vapor-Grown Method.

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Pyrograf is a registered trademark of Applied Sciences, Inc.

General description

This grade of vapor-grown carbon nanofiber (VGCF) is recommended for imparting thermal and electrical conductivity to polymer matrices. It is also recommended for applications, which require the absence of metals. Carbon nanofibers (CNFs) are discontinuous and highly graphitic in nature. CNFs are highly compatible with most polymer processing techniques, and can be dispersed in an isotropic or anisotropic mode. They have excellent mechanical properties, high electrical conductivity, and high thermal conductivity, which can be imparted to a wide range of matrices including thermoplastics, thermosets, elastomers, ceramics, and metals. Carbon nanofibers also have a unique surface state, which facilitates functionalization and other surface modification techniques to tailor/engineer the nanofiber to the host polymer or application.

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3D Printing of Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Composites

3D printing is a type of additive manufacturing that can be used to rapidly fabricate components with highly customizable geometries, most typically using a layer-by-layer fabrication process. 3D pri...
Zhenyu Bo* (Ph.D Candidate at Northwestern University) and Jia Choi*, PhD, Product Manager

*Materials Science Product Management Team, MilliporeSigma, Milwaukee, WI.
Keywords: Deposition, Nanomaterials, Nanotubes

Carbon Nanofiber Applications & Properties

Properties and Applications of Carbon Nanofibers (CNFs) Synthesized using Vapor-grown Carbon Fiber (VGCF) Manufacturing Technology
David Burton, Patrick Lake, and Andrew Palmer

Applied Sciences, Inc., Cedarville, OH
Keywords: Ceramics, Materials Science, Nanotubes

Lightweight Metal Matrix Nanocomposites - Stretching the Boundaries of Metals

Composite materials that traditionally incorporate micron scale reinforcements in a bulk matrix offer opportunities to tailor material properties such as hardness, tensile strength, ductility, densit...
Prof. P. K. Rohatgi and B. Schultz
Material Matters 2007, 2.4, 16.
Keywords: Addition reactions, Applications, Automotive, Capillary electrophoresis, Ceramics, Chemical vapor deposition, Deposition, Industries, Magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Material Matters, Metal Science, Methods, Nanomaterials, Nanotubes, Reductions, Semiconductor, Titrations, Transmission electron microscopy, Type


Carbon Nanofibers- Processing and Dispersing

Carbon nanofibers (CNFs) are discontinuous, highly graphitic, highly compatible with most polymer processing techniques, and can be dispersed in an isotropic or anisotropic mode. They have excellent ...
Keywords: Ceramics, Nanomaterials, Nanotubes, Reductions, Solvents, Sonication

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