Alfa Aesar, a member of Thermo Fisher Scientific, is a leading manufacturer and supplier of research chemicals, metals and materials for a wide span of applications.
Look to Alfa Aesar for fine and specialty chemicals produced and packaged to your specifications. With over 50 years of production experience, our custom capabilities are unsurpassed.
By combining the research chemical expertise of Alfa Aesar and the specialist nanoparticle manufacturing capabilities of Cerion, we have joined forces to offer you an exclusive program – Nanoparticle Design Services.
Metals and Materials:
Windows and Spheres
Fuel Cell Products
Metal Scavenger Products
Precious Metals & Catalysts
Anton Paar TriTec SA (previously CSM Instruments) has been leader in the development of instruments for surface mechanical properties characterization for over 30 years in both research and industrial fields.
CSM Instruments develops, manufactures and sells instruments to characterize mechanical properties of surfaces. We have been the world leader in this market for more than 30 years, first under the name of LSRH then CSEM.
CSM Instruments provides equipment that allows the mechanical characterization of a wide range of surfaces and bulk materials. Adhesion of paints, optical thin films or hard coatings can be defined using one of our Scratch Testers. These span the nano to the macro range to analyze the widest range of materials. Dynamic testing measurements can be performed to define not only the hardness of the material, but also to evaluate the plastic and elastic deformation, the elasticity module, creep and much more. For wear testing we offer the Tribometer, based on the pin-on-disc principle that operates both in the Micro and Nano regime; to record the frictional coefficient and measure the wear volume. Other equipment measures film thickness. Additionally, CSM provides three dimensional viewing capabilities of sample surfaces under most testing regimes.
Coating Thickness by Calotest
NanoMaterials Ltd. (Apnano) was established in 2002 and after its acquisition in 2013 became a fully owned subsidiary of the leading American company Nanotech Industrial Solutions, Inc. (NIS). NanoMaterials specializes in development and production of inorganic, multi-layered nanofullerenes and nanotubes, based on exclusively patented platform technology developed at the Weizmann Institute of Science.
These tungsten disulfide (WS2) based nanomaterials opened up new possibilities for developing extreme performance lubricants, coatings and polymer composites. The composition and morphology of these materials create a unique mechanism of friction-induced tribofilm release. The exfoliated nanoparticles attach to working-surfaces, fill in wear crevices and coat working surfaces with a continuous super-lubrication layer. This “surface reconditioning” effect was instrumental in the successful development of NIS’s Corp, award winning NanoLub® family of Extreme Pressure (EP) Anti-Wear (AW) and Anti-Friction (AF) lubrication additives. The Company’s R&D department is involved in extensive research and testing for additional WS2 based applications in the field of lubricants, coatings and polymer composites for such industries as defense, mining and metalworking.
NanoMaterials’ inorganic nano-particles can be incorporated into polymer matrices to increase their strength and fracture toughness, and enhance their tribological and thermal properties.
NanoMaterials’ multi-layered WS? nano-particles tackle one of the key problems of carbon nano-tubes, which is high rates of defects and agglomeration that translate to problematic dispersability.
BaySpec, Inc., founded in 1999 with 100% manufacturing in the USA (San Jose, California), is a vertically integrated spectral sensing company. The company designs, manufactures and markets advanced spectral instruments, including UV-VIS-NIR-SWIR spectrometers, benchtop and portable NIR/SWIR and Raman analyzers, confocal Raman microscopes, hyperspectral imagers, mass spectrometers, and OEM spectral engines and components. R&D Applications include:
Materials: Material characterization is an ideal application area for Raman spectroscopy, due to its high chemical specificity and rapid, non-contact measurement. Solid, liquid, or gaseous, nearly all materials possess a unique Raman spectral fingerprint. The technique can be readily scaled to microscopic approaches, allowing interrogation of extremely small volumes and samples, such as nanomaterials. Characterization of nanomaterials is critical to determining structural and conformational properties. Raman spectroscopy is a highly efficient technique to study the electronic properties, compositions, and mechanical stresses in these materials, all of which can manifest in Raman band shape and frequency shift.
Semiconductor: Raman spectroscopy has proven to be one of the most effective tools for characterization of semiconductor properties and for manufacturing process/quality control because materials such as Si, SiGe, InGaAs, GaAs, GaN, and graphene exhibit precise, distinct Raman bands. Applied in a microscopic approach, the Raman technique has been successfully implemented to determine microstructure composition on thin-films, strain in the multilayer device, and to identify defects across the wafer surface.
Process/Reaction: Unlike conventional UV-Vis and NIR monitoring techniques, Raman spectroscopy provides molecular specificity in real-time measurements of gas, liquid, and solid samples, both natural and synthetic. These attributes are responsible for the emerging reliance on Raman spectroscopy for a number of online process and reaction monitoring applications. Numerous sampling options, including fiber optic probes with long reach and stand-off probes for measuring inside containers and vessels make the technique adaptable to a myriad of environments and conditions.
Surface-Enhanced Raman: Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) utilizes specialized metal substrates to allow Raman signal enhancement up to 10 orders of magnitude. This phenomenon occurs when the molecules of interest are in very close proximity to the metal substrate, and is generally used for evaporated solutions or particle-surface characterization. The enhanced Raman signal with SERS has extended its applications in many fields, such as biological studies, to quantify trace substances or identify very small structures such as cell surface proteins. Intracellular SERS is also possible, via the injection of metallic nanoparticles, to study internal structures and analytes.
Designer and manufacturer of probes with carbon nanotube tips for atomic force microscopes.
New CDI FN Series a new series of CNT probes at a new low price.
CDI FN Series Carbon Nanotube probes capture all the advantages of a CNT tipped probe with no compromises. Extremely high aspect ratios (up to 20:1) Exceptionally long wear (up to 200x longer than silicon/SiN and 50x longer than High-Density, Diamond Like Carbon (HDC/DLC)) and the smallest ROC on the market for a High Aspect Ratio probe (1nm ROC).
Using a CDI patented process, the carbon nanotube AFM probe has been perfected. Straightened carbon nanotubes can deliver the radius of curvature needed for high resolution imaging combined with the tube structure necessary for high topography Imaging. All in a single probe with a useable lifetime up to 200x your standard probes.
Cheap Tubes supplies the carbon nanotube & graphene products you need at the prices you want to pay. We’ve supplied high quality carbon nanotubes and graphene products to academic and corporate researchers since 2005. Cheap Tubes has recently moved into a new manufacturing facility to better serve our customers’ needs. We are ready to assist you!
Graphene Ink is now available! Please contact us to discuss your graphene ink needs. Our graphene ink can be deposited using conventional coating technologies for a variety of applications.
Prices are in grams for most products and per kilograms for Conductive Nanotubes Composite, Carbon Nanotube Masterbatches, Industrial Grade Carbon Nanotubes. Kg’s can be purchased for gram scale products by entering 1000g (you don’t have to scroll up, just type it in). CVD graphene Films are sold per substrate or 4 pack of substrates.
CVD Graphite Films
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Single Walled Double Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes
Short Carbon Nanotubes
Graphitized Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Helical Carbon Nanotubes
Industrial Carbon Nanotubes Products
Carbon Nanotube Arrays
Cordin makes framing cameras, streak cameras and accessories. Framing cameras take a sequence of images. They are either Rotating Mirror or Gated Intensified in design. Streak cameras continuously record a line image. They are either Rotating Mirror or Image Converter in design.
Materials Science Applications include:
Shock Compression and Fracture
Nanoscale Material Behavior
CVD Equipment Corporation designs, develops, and manufactures process equipment solutions for R&D, pilot, and production applications. Our products include a complete array of turnkey solutions such as chemical vapor deposition systems, gas & liquid delivery cabinets, gas panels, and related gas abatement systems. CVD Equipment Corporation’s headquarters and application laboratory are located on Long Island, New York, USA:
Designs, develops, and manufactures: custom and standard Chemical Vapor Deposition systems.
Recognized leader: a key equipment provider to industry; blue-chip companies; innovative startups; leading university, industrial, and government research laboratories for over 30 years.
Proprietary edge: a significant library of homegrown solutions and know-how for intricate processes across a broad range of applications in aerospace, medical, semiconductor, solar, glass coating, nanomaterials, superconducting materials, etc.
Vertically integrated: design and manufacturing enables rapid system development. We procure raw materials & components and deliver finished systems.
Turnkey systems: includes instrumentation, process control software, gas delivery, process chambers, vacuum systems, and exhaust abatement equipment.
Application laboratory: product and material development.
Fuji Electronic Industrial Co., Ltd. has taken the initiative in researches and developments of SPARK PLASMA SINTERING (SPS), PECS (Pulsed Electric Current Sintering), technology and fabricating system for leading edge High Density processing.Our results of the developments are shown widely in sintered applications for Functionally Graded Materials (FGMs), Nanophase Materials, Fine Ceramics and New Hard-metal Alloys.
Fine ceramic materials oxides, carbides, nitrides, etc.
Functionally graded materials (FGM’s): ceramic-metal, polymer-metal and other materials featuring heat resistance, hardness, electrical conductivity and grading, etc.
Electronic materials: thermoelectric semiconductors, target, magnetic and dielectric materials, etc.
Nanophase materials: Al-High-Si alloy
Hard alloy tool materials: WC/Co, ceramic or cermet cutting tools, corrosion and wear-resistant materials, etc.
Diamond tool materials: bonded cobalt and bronze segmented and straight stone grinding and cup wheels, cutting blades, etc.
Biomaterials: titanate or apatite implants, artificial bones and joints, etc.
Porous materials: ceramic and metallic bioreactors, filters, battery cell materials, etc.
Mold and die materials: press, plastic and wire drawing dies, etc.
Other sintering applications
Hielscher Ultrasonics specializes in the design and manufacturing of high power ultrasonic homogenizers for lab, bench-top and production level. Ultrasonic power is an effective and energy-efficient means to apply high shear and intense stress to liquids, powder/liquid mixtures and slurries. This makes it a strong alternative to high shear mixers, high pressure homogenizers and agitated bead mills.Hielscher ultrasonic devices are in use worldwide as laboratory mixers, high shear mixing equipment, full-size in-line homogenizers or particle mills. The applications span mixing, dispersing, particle size reduction, extraction and chemical reactions.
Hielscher ultrasonic devices are used in the synthesis of nanomaterials as well as in the formulation of compounds and composites containing nanomaterials. This includes the use of ultrasonics during precipitation and the deagglomeration of nano-size materials, like metal oxides or carbon nanotubes.
Ultrasound is used in the formulation of paints and coatings for: emulsification of polymers dispersing and fine milling of pigments size reduction of .
Ultrasonic cleaning is an environmentally friendly alternative for the cleaning of continuous materials, such as wire and cable, tape or tubes. The effect of the cavitation generated by the ultrasonic power removes lubrication residues like oil or grease, soaps, stearates or dust.