Alfa Chemistry announces that diverse nanofoils are now commercially available for customers across the globe.
Online PR News – 15-February-2022 – NY – As an outstanding member of the nanomaterial family, nanofoil has enjoyed extensive popularity in either the research community or the manufacturing industry. Earlier this month, the US-located chemical supplier Alfa Chemistry announces that diverse nanofoils are now commercially available for customers across the globe.
Made up of thousands of nanoscale foils, nanofoil can be divided into many types based on their composition elements. The most commonly seen are: ultra thin thorium nanofoil, ultra thin erbium nanofoil, cerium nanofoil, ultra thin aluminum nanofoil, ultra thin copper nanofoil, ultra thin nickel nanofoil and the others.
“Because of advantages of stable properties and room-temperature operation, nanofoil has been widely used in electronic devices assembly field, including microwave devices, concentrated solar energy devices, LED devices, chips, radiators and the others. Nanofoil can also be applied in sputtering target bonding field, and the entire operation process is simple and cost-effective,” says one of the senior scientists from Alfa Chemistry. “Meanwhile, nanofoil is also ideal to serve as initiators of devices such as heaters, igniters and delay detonators.”
Never forgetting its commitment to consistent quality and execution, researchers at Alfa Chemistry have developed dozens of nanofoils that are ultra-thin and of high-quality. Below are just some of the nanofoils offered by this company:
Nickel Chromium Microfoil (CAS 11106-97-1), Ultra Thin Tellurium Nanofoil (CAS 13494-80-9), Ultra Thin Dysprosium Nanofoil (CAS 7429-91-6), Ultra Thin Molybdenum Nanofoil (CAS 7439-98-7), Ultra Thin Niobium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-03-1), Ultra Thin Palladium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-05-3), Ultra Thin Praseodymium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-10-0), Rhenium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-15-5), Rhodium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-16-6), Ultra Thin Samarium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-19-9), Ultra Thin Scandium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-20-2), Ultra Thin Thulium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-30-4), Ultra Thin Tin Foil (CAS 7440-31-5), Ultra Thin Copper Nanofoil (CAS 7440-50-8), Ultra Thin Europium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-53-1), Ultra Thin Germanium Foil (CAS 7440-56-4), Ultra Thin Holmium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-60-0), Ultra Thin Vanadium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-62-2), Ultra Thin Ytterbium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-64-4), Ultra Thin Yttrium Nanofoil (CAS 7440-65-5) and more.
Please visit https://nanomaterials.alfa-chemistry.com/products/nanofoil.html to learn more about Alfa Chemistry’s diversified offerings of nanofoils.
About Alfa Chemistry
With a customer-centered spirit and via continuous innovation, Alfa Chemistry has succeeded in building a diversified product portfolio, supplying catalysts, metal materials, graphenes, nanomaterials, functional polymers, lipids and fatty acids for universities, research institutes as well as manufacturing companies. Its offering of a comprehensive range of nanomaterials has received good response from the research community that may be interested in materials like nanocarbon, nanofibers, nanofoil, nanoparticles, nanoprisms, nanorods, nanospheres, nanotubes, nanowires, novel materials, porous nanomaterials, quantum dots, targets/wafers, and more.