Carbon nanofibers

graphitized, platelets (conical), >98% carbon basis, D × L 100 nm × 20-200 μm

PR-25-XT-LHT, Conical carbon nanofibers
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Quality Level


>98% carbon basis


platelets (conical)

D × L

100 nm × 20-200 μm


<14,000 ppm Iron content

average diameter

130 nm

pore size

0.12 cm3/g average pore volume
126.1 Å average pore diameter

surface area

average specific surface area 39 m2/g


3652-3697 °C


1.9 g/mL at 25 °C

bulk density

0.5‑3.5 lb/cu.ft



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Carbon nanofibers may be used in lithium ion batteries.


25 g in glass bottle

Preparation Note

Produced by Floating Catalyst Vapor-Grown Method

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Product of Pyrograf® Products Inc.
Pyrograf is a registered trademark of Applied Sciences, Inc.


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Target Organs

Respiratory system


NONH for all modes of transport

WGK Germany


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Not applicable

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