High Purity Nanoparticle Silica Aerogel SiO2 Aerogel,99.9%

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Silica aerogel can be described as a porous and lightweight material that is commonly used in optics, high temperature insulation, chromatography, and other uses. Particle size is between 15-50nm Porosity: 90-95% Nanoparticle Silica Aerogel SIO2 Aerogel A lightweight, nano-solid material with a structured network and filled with high amounts of dispersion medium. Because of their particular structure, aerogel materials are versatile. silica material is one of them. It was derived from exploration results from SiO2 application to aerogel technology. They also intersect with other types of aerogel materials. This gel is rich in raw materials, easy to process, and can be controlled easily. It has high transparency, low thermal conductivity, high specific surface area, and high transparency. Silica Aerogel has a large surface area, high porosity, and light weight, but it is strong enough to be used in a broad range of industries from the pharmaceutical industry to the semiconductor sector. You can chemically modify Silica aerogels to fit specific uses. Because Silica aerogel materials are uniform in their nanoparticle structure, uniform size, and pore distribution, they have excellent thermal insulation performance. Because of its low density, the solid heat conductivity is enhanced and reduced. The addition sunscreen may also be used to enhance the specific extinction coefficient or reduce radiant heat conduction. Silica aerogel, an amorphous substance, is made from silica. The material has a skeleton density around 2200 kg/m3. However, due to its high porosity (pore volume exceeding 90%), it is very light (bulk densities in the range 50-200kg/m3). Total volume). The typical pore size falls within the 5-100 nm range. A total density of aerogels used for construction purposes is between 70 and 150 kg/m3. Acoustic properties can be very intriguing. Sound propagation through an aerogel depends upon the nature and the pressure of interstitial gases, its density and texture. (Forest, 1998) However, sound velocity in silica is lower than in monolithic aerogel. Particulate aerogel reduces the velocity to 40-100 m/s. Silica aerogel can be used as a thermal insulation medium and is lightest. This material has long been considered to be a viable candidate for the development of super thermal insulation systems in aviation. Silica aerogel available for purchase: To receive the most current silica price , please send us an inquiry. How is Nanoparticle Silica Aerogel SiO2 Aerogel produced? Three parts are required to prepare silica aerogel. Solgelation: sol is made by the reaction of silicon sources. The catalyst then acts to cause condensation and pulverization to produce a wet gel. Gel aging: To increase the mechanical strength of the wet gel, it is permitted to be aged in its mother liquor. Drying procedure: In order to create a silica aerogel, the liquid dispersion media in the gel should dry out the gas. A selection of suitable silane precursors will produce aerogels with greater strength and stiffness. These silane precursors may be combined with various organic polymers to make inorganic silica online. Studies have demonstrated that silica-based aerogels are strengthened mechanically when a flexible organic plastic is added to the silica gel’s hydroxyl group. It is possible to create a versatile polymer enhancement process by simply adding appropriate functional groups onto silica aerogel. The silica aerogel mechanically reinforced has an open texture that can be used for thermal insulation in many industrial and aerospace applications. Technical Parameters of Nanoparticle Zirca Aerogel SiO2: Product name Specific Surface area Bulk Density Particle Size Porosity Aperture Silica Aerogel 600-800 m2/g 40-60 kg/m3 15-50nm 90-95 20-50nm White Nanoparticle Silica Aerogel siO2 Aerogel: Due to its hydrophobicity as well as low thermal conductivity, silica aerogel’s low bulk density (upto 95% volume of air), high optical transparency and surface area, it has attracted great attention in science and tech. Silica aerogel can be described as a porous, light material that is highly porous and has a network of silica particle. It can also be made by supercritically extracting silica gel liquid. Because of their remarkable characteristics (low thermal conductivity, low density and high specific surface area), they can be used in aerospace/aerospace as well as terrestrial thermal insulation systems. They also have applications in environmental cleaning and protection devices such heat storage devices and transparent windows systems. Thickener is used in paint. With the right choice of silane precursors, you can create more durable aerogels that are stronger and stiffer. These silane precursors may be mixed with organic polymers, or optical fiber networks, to make an inorganic silicona network. Studies have demonstrated that flexible organic polymers can be used to reinforce silica aerogels’ surface hydroxyl group. It is possible to create a versatile polymer reinforcement method by adding functional groups onto silica aerogel. These can then be copolymerized and modified with the right organic monomers. Silica aerogel mechanically reinforced has an open texture, making it ideal as a thermal insulation material in various industries and aerospace. Silica aerogel can be used as a thermal insulation material. It is commonly used for improving the thermal performance and thermal efficiency of industrial buildings. Silica aerogel is suitable for use in light guides, imaging equipment and optics. Metals may be extracted from materials used in filtration because of their porosity or high surface area. Some cosmetics and paints use thinners. The energy absorber is also an integral part. Space exploration also has many applications for Aerogels. It’s used as a fuel in Russia’s Mir satellite station, and for the US Mars Pathfinder probe. Aerogel can be used to detect the Cherenkov effect during particle physics experiments. It is used in the latest applications of an aerogel particle discriminator, the Airgel Cherenkov Counter (ACC), at the Belle Experimental Detector at the High Energy Accelerator Research Institute. This detector uses an aerogel that has lower refractive characteristics than liquid and gas, and also has higher light transmission and solid-state characteristics. It is superior to traditional cryogenic liquid or high pressure air methods. However, it is lightweight which makes it an advantage. Storage condition of Nanoparticles Silica Aerogel SiO2: 1. It is ideal for making water-based thermoinsulating coatings and pastes. 2. Thermoplastic insulation polyester coating chip and functional polyester films 3. For thermal insulation foam sheets, filler. 4. Purification of functional Fillers and their Adsorption 5. This nano-oil displacer agent is “strongly anti water and strongly oleophilic”. It can be repelled by water, and is compatible with oil. 6. The density of composite materials is reduced, while the impact resistance and thermal insulation properties of the composite materials are improved. Shipping and Packing of Nanoparticle SiO2 Aerogels: We offer many packing options, which depend on silica SiO2 aerogel amount. Silica Aerogel SiO2 Aerogel packing: 1kg/ bag, 10kg/ bag, 20kg/ barrel or as your request. Silica Aerogel SiO2 Aerogel Shipping: Can be shipped by Express, By Air, or By Air as Soon as Possible after payment receipt. Lempotee Nano Technology Co. Ltd. You can contact us to request high-quality silicona aerogel. 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Silica Aerogel SiO2 Properties

Silica Aerogel, SiO2 Aerogel, Aerogel. N/A SiO2 Volume 60.09 Appearance Translucent and solid Melting Point 1200 °C Solubility water N/A Density 0.1 g/cm3 Purity 90-95 N/A Boling points N/A Specific Heating N/A Heating Conductivity N/A Thermal Expansion N/A Young’s Module N/A Exact N/A Monoisotopic Weight N/A

Silica Aerogel siO2 Safety & Health Information

Safety Alert Danger Hazard Statements H350-H373 Flashing points N/A Hazard Codes N/A Risk Codes N/A Security Statements N/A N/A Transport Information Germany N/A
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