CARBON NANOTUBES (CNT) and CELLULOSE IN WATER
The Morphona nanopaste is based on carbon nanotubes (CNT) and cellulose in water.
Nanopaste's conductivity and CNT content can be tune on very wide range (up to >5%). This feature gives new opportunities for example in low voltage, flexible and textile based heating elements, printable electronics and water borne epoxy EMI/RFI shielding.
Nanocarbonpaste can be used a raw material for polymeric coatings for metals, textiles, plastics and paper by using traditional coating methods. Nanopaste creates a unique macro-scaled network of carbon nanotubes which looks like a solid layer to the eye.
Nanocarbonpaste can easily modified to powder mode which gives many new aspects for additive usage. One example is an CNT additive for additive manufacturing (3D printing).