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Professor Ying (Ian) Chen
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To meet the demands of boron nitride (BN) nanotubes for research and application, we provide small amounts of BN nanotubes with a charge to cover the production costs. The BN nanotubes are produced using the ball milling and annealing method. This method can produce BN nanotubes with different tubular structures and sizes.
|Product||Structure||Diameter||Price (AU$)||Minimum Quantity|
|BN nanotubes||Bamboo-like||40-80nm||$760 / g||0.5g|
|BN nanotubes||Cylindrical||<15nm||$950 / g||0.5g|
|BN nanotube films grown on substrate||Bamboo / Cylindrical||40-80nm / <15nm||$328 / 2cm x 2cm||1 piece|
We are continually working to improve quality and endow the BNNTs with new properties. Therefore, we are open to discussion of customer's particular needs and possible research collaborations.
phone: +61 3 522 72589
Deakin University CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B