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Aqueous Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes (CMC)



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A dispersion of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNT) in water, used as a conductive additive in lithium-ion batteries

Physical property

SWCNT: 0.4wt. %
Water: 99.0wt. %
dispersant: 0.6wt. %

Carbon content*:99±1wt. %
CNT content*: ≥93wt. %
Number of walls CNT: 1 unit
Outer mean diameter CNT: 1.6±0.4nm
Length of CNT: >5um
Metal impurities*: <1wt. %
Moisture: <5wt. %

Non-newtonian fluids, single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNT) have both pseudoplasticity and thixotropy, i.e. their viscosity depends on shear rate (pseudoplasticity) to shear time (thixotropy). The thixotropy of single wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNT) is very complicated, and it can change between thixotropy and rheology under certain conditions.

Appearance:Tasteless black liquid
Optical density: 0.45-0.7
Centrifugal stability: 0.8-1.0
Solid content: 0.90-1.10%
viscosity*:800 to 2500cP arrived,Factory 800-1300cP
pH: 7-10


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