Small Diameter SWNTs Pure: ~470 – 490°C
Residual Fe Catalyst
0.8 – 1.2
~100 – 1,000 nm Purified
0.8 – 1.2
~100 – 1,000 nm Super Purified
0.8 – 1.2
~100 – 1,000 nm
Individual SWNT Diameteri
~0.8 – 1.2 nm Individual SWNT Lengthii
~100 – 1000 nm Calculated Molecular Weightiii
~3.4×105 – 5.2×106 Amu Color
Dry powder of nanotubes bundled in ropes Maximum Densityiv
1.6 g/cm3 Bulk Densityv
~0.1 g/cm3 TGA Residue as Fevi
Dry powder of nanotubes bundled in ropes – Raw
<35 wt% – Pure
<15 wt% – Super Pure
<5 wt% TGA 1st Derivative Peak Temperature
Raw: ~350 – 410°C
Super Pure: ~510 – 540°C
TGA Onset Temperature
Super Pure: ~450°C
Maximum Surface Areavii
1315 m2/g BET Surface Area
~400 – 1000 m2/g Buckypaper Resistanceviii
~0.2 – 2Ω Moisture Content
Pure: ~470 – 490°C
■Diameter distribution measured by Unidym from TEM micrographs. Mean diameter ~1.0 nm.
■Measured by Unidym using AFM.
■Calculated. Lower limit assumes a SWNT with a diameter of 0.8nm and a length of 100nm.
(0.8nm/0.245nm)(3.1414)(2 carbon atoms) = 20 carbons around the circumference.
■Value provided is for standard purified SWNTs. Raw and some super pure grades lots will have lower bulk densities.
Other product forms may have higher bulk densities.
■800oC in air. The reported figures assume that the residue is present
in the product as elemental Fe, and that it is fully converted to Fe2O3 during the TGA analysis.
Hence, the TGA residual as measured is multiplied by MW Fe2/MW Fe2O3 (1/1.43) to express the result as Fe.
■Calculated using geometric arguments assuming an isolated tube. SSA for tubes in “ropes” will be less than the stated value.
A. Peigney et al., Carbon 39 (2001), 507-514.
■In-house, Unidym buckypaper conductivity test (4 point probe).
■The following particle size histogram is indicative of the typical tertiary particle size distribution found in bulk powder.
It does not represent secondary particles (aggregates of individual tubes also known as ropes or bundles)
nor does it represent primary particle sizes (individual carbon nanotubes).
The use of NanoIntegris’ HiPco within scientific research has proven quite extensive. This small-diameter SWCNT material has found to be a valuable component for applications such as cancer therapy, battery electrode conductivity, electric field enhancement, thin film transistor creation, and gas sensors.
Biochemists at Nanyang Technological University have utilized NanoIntegris’ HiPco Raw powder as an siRNA nanoplex for the gene therapy of pancreatic cancer cells.  The 110 nm effective hydrodynamic diameter of the SWNT nanoplex makes them suitable for applications as nanocarriers for intracellular delivery and allowed them to be utilized for gene transfection against the mutant K-Ras gene in PANC-1 pancreatic cells.
Cells treated with the SWNT/PAH/SiRNA nanoplex formulation had the expression level of the targeted mutant K-Ras mRNA suppressed from 100±12.2% down to 66.88±5.14% while possessing low cytotoxicity and high biocompatibility. Such multifunctional and multimodal CNT formulations could be engineered for other advanced healthcare applications, integration with drug moecules, and prove beneficial in theranostics.
 Biomater. Sci., 2014, 2, 1244
Lithium Ion Battery Electrodes
In work performed at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, in conjunction with other Korean researchers, NanoIntegris’s HiPco SWCNTs were used to generate nanonets showing great promise as a broadly applicable platform technology for high-energy-density/ high performance energy conversion/ storage materials.
HiPco Super Purified powder was combined with PFO and OLO to form an OLO@mSC nanonet of metallic enriched material that enabled significant improvement in the areal mass loading of active materials in the OLO cathode while resulting in the higher areal capacity cells (1.62mAh/cm2 and 213mAh/g cathode). The OLO@mSC cathode showed high discharge capacity, high electronic conductivity ( ~0.10 S/cm), alleviated the rise in cell polarization, showed low internal cell resistances, high capacity retention during cycling (94% after 100 cyles) and facilitated the charge/ discharge reaction during cycling.
LNMO@mSC nanonets were also generated for use with LNMO cathodes. The LNMO@mSC showed a high capacity retention (97% after 200 cyles), had a low charge transfer resistance (RCT=6.6 Ω) with great growth suppression after cycling, indicating promise as electron-conductive shields.
The mSC nanonets were also investigated as a conducting coating layer on a perovskite catalyst – NSC. The NSC@mSC nanonets showed a high ORR onset potential (~-0.12 V) a large diffusion limiting current density (-5.2 mA/cm2), a low Tafel Slope (115 mV per decade), high current density, lower onset potential, and long-term stability after 1000 cyles (91.2%), all indicating that the NSC@mSC may be a promising bifunctional ORR/OER catalyst.
 J. Mater. Chem. A, 2017, 5, 12103-12112
All HiPco Purified and Super Purified products are offered as a dry, granular powder.
We currently offer our HiPco Raw nanotube products in two forms: Fluffy Powder and Wet Cake. Due to safety concerns with handling the extremely low-density raw material, the HiPco Raw product is provided as a wet cake for orders of greater than 5g unless otherwise requested. The wet cake is roughly 10wt% nanotubes. The remaining mass is a mixture of 10% ethanol and 90% water, which can be easily removed by thermal or centrifugal treatment. (e.g. 10.70g of wet cake will be provided for a 1g HiPco Raw SWNT order.
Multi-gram and kilogram price quotes available by request. Additional discounts also available for large volume orders.
|Product Type||Price/gram ($ USD)|
|Raw Wet Cake||$525|