Nano-C Products

Nano-C Products

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Product: Fullerenes by Nano-C Materials that power our world.

Fullerenes

Nano-C offers a wide range of fullerene products & purities that can be tailored to customer applications for the best value and performance. Our product slate includes fullerenic black, individual fullerenes and fullerene derivatives. The two most common fullerenes are C60 and C70.

For particularly demanding applications, we offer sublimed fullerenes with > 99.95% purity.

Products & Applications

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c70

Fullerene C70

Markets include Renewable Energy and Sensors.

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Fullerene Derivatives Nano-c Materials that Power our World

Fullerene Derivatives

Nano-C is unique among suppliers of fullerene derivatives. We are fully integrated, and control product quality from fullerene manufacture through to derivatization. For demanding applications, this single point of accountability provides our customers with the assurance they need to take applications forward. We have a strong commitment to providing our customers with high-quality technical support. We can select & synthesize the most appropriate fullerene derivative to meet the most challenging requirements of any application.

The chemistry of fullerenes is rich and varied and allows the properties of basic fullerenes to be tailored to a given application. Derivatives of all of the basic fullerenes are possible, although C60 and C70 derivatives are more common. They include derivatives with altered electronic and optical properties. PCBM (Nano-C-PCBM-BF, or C60 PCBM and Nano-C-PCBM-SF, or C70 PCBM) has become today’s market standard in Organic Photovoltaics and in Organic Photodetectors.

We also offer our customers the opportunity to have particular derivatives synthesized to meet specific requirements. Please call us to discuss your specific needs or email us at nanocsales@nano-c.com.

Products & Applications

C60-PCBM

C60 PCBM – [6,6]-Phenyl C61 butyric acid methyl ester

Markets include Semiconductor Manufacture and Renewable Energy.

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C70-PCBM

C70 PCBM – [6,6]-Phenyl C71 butyric acid methyl ester (2 isomers)

(Most All C60 Derivatives Can Be Made With C70)

Markets include Semiconductor Manufacture and Sensors.

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Bis-C60-PCBM

Bis-C60 PCBM – Bis-[6,6]-phenyl C61 butyric acid methyl ester (isomer mixture)

(Multiple Adducts Readily Available for All Derivatives)

Markets include Semiconductor Manufacture and Renewable Energy.

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OQDM

OQDM – o-Quinodimethane C60 monoadduct

Markets include Semiconductor Manufacture and Renewable Energy.

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Bis-OQDM

Bis-OQDM – o-Quinodimethane C60 bisadduct (isomer mixture)

Markets include Semiconductor Manufacture and Renewable Energy.

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Indene-C<sub>60</sub>

ICMA – Indene C60 monoadduct

Markets include Semiconductor Manufacture and Renewable Energy.

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ICBA

ICBA – Indene C60 bisadduct (isomer mixture)

Markets include Semiconductor Manufacture and Renewable Energy.

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Fullerol – C60(OH)44

Markets include Semiconductor Manufacture.

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PCBC6

PCBC6 – [6,6]-Phenyl C61 butyric acid hexyl ester

(Additional Adducts Readily Available, e.g., C12, C18; please inquire)

Markets include Renewable Energy.

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Nano-C Products: Carbon Nanotubes - Materials that power our world

Carbon Nanotubes

Single walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNT) manufactured with Nano-C’s unique combustion technology are currently available in multiple grades, types and forms. Nano-C’s APT and PT come in 2 grades. The 25 Series are on average <1 micron in length and the 200 Series are >1 micron. Each grade is available in powder form, a “wet-cake/paste” for ease of handling or as a highly purified ink.

Type Separated SWCNT

SWCNT produced by any method statistically will be made up of about 1/3 with metallic and 2/3 with semiconducting behaviour. Separation between both material types will enable applications such as thin-film transistors (semiconducting) and high-end transparent conducting films (metallic).

Nano-C is scaling up technology developed in the laboratory of Prof. Michael Strano in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for which Nano-C has an exclusive license. Different from other sorting technologies, the MIT process eliminates the need for centrifugation and the use of density gradients, thus enabling operation at industrial scale.

25 Series

APT, PT, UPT, INK


200 Series

APT, PT, UPT, INK


Nano-C APT
Nano-C PT
Nano-C UPT
Nano-C INK