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Product Code M2396A1-25g
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Conductive Carbon Black Powder and Nanopowder

Carbon black powders with applications in pigments, elastomers and plastics, batteries, solar cells, and supercapacitors


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Carbon black (CB) is generically referred to as a group of intensely black, small-sized, and finely divided forms of amorphous carbon or para-crystalline carbon particles grown together to form aggregates of different sizes and shapes.

Carbon black nanoparticle aggregates have a spheroidal shape, typically 10 to 100 nm in diameter, with an amorphous core surrounded by a shell of stacked graphene-like domains each made of a nanometric stack of polyaromatic sheets. They vary enormously in particle size depending on the production process and they generally have a high surface-area-to-volume ratio.

Carbon black is valued for its unique physical properties, excellent electrical conductivity, and resistance to wear. Conductive carbon black (CCB) nanomaterials are the most reliable and cost-effective for producing conductive compounds, normally as one of the composite ingredients. The conductivity efficiency of carbon blacks is related to their particle size, structure, and porosity. CCB has a large specific surface area and excellent conductivity.

Carbon black is the main example of a filler whose own surface can interact strongly with most polymer types without great effort of surface treatments. Carbon blacks are widely used in elastomers and plastics as fillers to modify the mechanical, electrical, and optical properties. When mixed into a polymer matrix even in small amounts, CB increases the mechanical strength and forms a conductive network which greatly increases the conductivity of the polymer plastic. Carbon black has also been used in dye sensitized solar cells, batteries and supercapacitors for energy storage, environmental protection applications, and low-cost electrochemical sensors.

Various Applications for Carbon Black Nanopowder

Versatile Applications

Applications in batteries, solar cells, and more

Conductive Carbon Black Nanopowder

Conductor

Excellent electrical conductivity

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High Purity

>99.9% pure carbon black

General Information

CAS Number 1333-86-4
Chemical Formula C
Molecular Weight 12.011 g/mol
Appearance Black powder
Melting Point 3500 °C
Synonyms Conductive carbon black nanopowder, Graphitized carbon black
Classification or Family 1D materials, Carbon nanomaterials, Nanomaterials, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, Thin film electronics

Carbon Black Nanopowder

Product Code M2396A1
Average Particle Size (APS) ~ 30 nm
Iodine Absorption ≤ 140 m2/g
DBP Oil Absorption ~ 86 cc/100g
Tint Strength vs. SRB3 > 120%
pH Value ~ 5
Purity > 99.9%

Carbon Black Powder

Product Code M2396A2
Average Particle Size 4 µm
Density 1.79 g/cm3
Purity 99.99%

MSDS Documents

carbon black powder MSDSCarbon Black Nanopowder/Carbon Black Powder MSDS Sheet

Pricing Table

Batch Quantity Price
M2396A1 25 g £170
M2396A1 50 g £290
M2396A1 100 g £500
M2396A2 10 g £60
M2396A2 25 g £120
M2396A2 50 g £200

References

  1. Defect engineering on carbon black for accelerated Li–S chemistry, W Cai et al., Nano Res., 13, 3315–3320 (2020); DOI: 0.1007/s12274-020-3009-0.
  2. An overlooked issue for high-voltage Li-ion batteries: Suppressing the intercalation of anions into conductive carbon, S. Ko et al., 5, 998–1009 (2021); DOI: 10.1016/j.joule.2021.02.016.
  3. Lightweight and conductive carbon black/chlorinated poly(propylene carbonate) foams with a remarkable negative temperature coefficient effect of resistance for temperature sensor applications, X. Cui et al., J. Mater. Chem. C, 6, 9354-9362 (2018); DOI: 10.1039/C8TC02123F.
  4. Carbon Black Reborn: Structure and Chemistry for Renewable Energy Harnessing, S. Khodabakhshi, Carbon, 162, 604-649 (2020); DOI: 10.1016/j.carbon.2020.02.058.
  5. Electrocatalytic Degradation of Methyl Orange using Nano-Fe3O4 Supported on Conductive Carbon Black as Particle Electrode, M. Sun et al., Int. J. Electrochem. Sci., 17 (2022); DOI: 10.20964/2022.08.28.
  6. Ultralow-Cost, Highly Sensitive, and Flexible Pressure Sensors Based on Carbon Black and Airlaid Paper for Wearable Electronics, Z. Han et al., ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 11 (36), 33370–33379 (2019); DOI: 10.1021/acsami.9b12929.
  7. Electrical conductivity of conductive carbon blacks: influence of surface chemistry and topology, A. Pantea et al., Appl. Surface Sci., 217, 81–193 (2003); DOI: 10.1016/S0169-4332(03)00550-6.
  8. Improvement of electrostrictive properties of a polyether-based polyurethane elastomer filled with conductive carbon black, K. Wongtimnoi et al., Compos. Sci. Technol., 71 (6), 885–892 (2011); DOI: 10.1016/j.compscitech.2011.02.003.
  9. Electrical percolation threshold of carbon black in a polymer matrix and its application to antistatic fibre, H. Choi et a., Sci. Rep. 9, 6338 (2019); DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-42495-1.
  10. Structure and porosity of conductive carbon blacks, R. Neffati et al., Mater. Chem. Phys., 260, 124177 (2021); DOI: 10.1016/j.matchemphys.2020.124177.

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