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Flexiphene Surfactant Sheets with CNTs
Harness the Power of Flexiphene: Your Key to Advanced Nanomaterial Solutions
Take advantage of the unmatched potential of graphene with Flexiphene, CTI Material’s patented surfactant sheets. Exclusive to Cheap Tubes, these surfactant solutions are designed to revolutionize your nanomaterial needs.
Flexiphene, our groundbreaking surfactant sheets, have multifaceted applications in dispersions, emulsions, membranes, sensors, conductive films, and beyond. Flexiphene makes it possible to disperse various nanomaterials like carbon nanotubes (CNTs), graphene nanoplatelets, and nanowires in various mediums, including water, solvents, and polymers.
Thanks to our unique patent (10,049,783), we lead the way in this significant advancement in materials science, and a second patent is pending.
Explore Flexiphene’s Range of Applications
Our Flexiphene offerings come in the form of surfactant solutions, aqueous and solvent-based nanomaterial emulsions, and single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) paper. Make the smart choice and unlock the power of nanotechnology with Flexiphene.
What Makes Flexiphene Unique?
Flexiphene stands out with its patented, tunable surfactant nanosheets. Designed to overcome your nanomaterial dispersion challenges, it ensures precise control over your aqueous, solvent, and polymer-based formulations. By leveraging the superior qualities of graphene, Flexiphene can form colloidal dispersions of various nanomaterials in different mediums, with the dispersions then processed into myriad nanotechnology-enabled products.
By adjusting the solution’s pH, the size of the surfactant sheet, or the degree of reduction, you can customize Flexiphene’s performance to suit your exact needs. This tunability ensures more uniform dispersions and gives you precise control over your formulations.
Above- TEM images of interactions formed between MWNTs and Flexiphene sheets by changing the initial proportion of MWNTs to Flexiphene sheets with 2:1 at different magnifications (a,b) and the initial proportion of MWNTs to Flexiphene sheets with 1:2 at different magnifications (c,d). The inset in (b,d) is the schematic description of the MWNT-Flexiphene complexes.
Experience Flexiphene’s Robust Amphiphilicity
Flexiphene’s amphiphilic characteristics stem from its unique composition of hydrophilic edges and hydrophobic groups. The degree of hydrophilicity can be manipulated, making it adaptable to specific application needs. Flexiphene’s ability to adhere to the particle-matrix interfaces makes it ideal for stabilizing solvent, aqueous, and polymer dispersions.
Amphiphilicity is a fundamental solution property of materials.
Flexiphene: A Versatile Solution
From serving as a dispersing agent to enabling the assembly of nanoparticles, Flexiphene’s applications are diverse. Its amphiphilic properties allow solution processing and assembly of nanoparticles.
Flexiphene also excels as a surfactant, proving invaluable in the creation of monolayers using methods such as the Langmuir–Blodgett (LB) technique. Furthermore, Flexiphene’s unique ability to turn into a conductive surfactant or stabilizing molecule upon thermal or chemical reduction opens doors to numerous applications in electronics.
Discover the Power of All-Carbon Nanocomposites
Combining the unique properties of CNTs and graphene, Flexiphene overcomes re-agglomeration challenges, offering high electrical conductivity and surface area for energy storage applications. Furthermore, with Flexiphene, there’s no need for laborious and expensive material preparation methods, simplifying the production process for all-carbon, carbon-rich, and hybrid materials.
Experience the Liquid Crystals of Flexiphene
Flexiphene’s extremely high aspect ratio allows it to form a liquid crystal phase, which displays local alignment of Flexiphene sheets and showcases optical birefringence of the solution.
Make the Switch to Flexiphene Today!
Become part of the Flexiphene revolution and explore the unprecedented possibilities it brings to the table. Whether it’s the dispersal of carbon nanotubes, graphene nanoplatelets, or other nanomaterials, Flexiphene offers a superior, tailored solution for your nanotechnology needs.
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