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nanoXIM Powders products are micrometric aggregates of hydroxyapatite and tricalcium phosphate nanoparticles.

These aggregates are obtained by spray dryer technique where the nanoparticles in liquid phase are dried as spherical aggregates with a high surface area.

 

   Features

 

High phase purity

Narrow particle size distribution

Nanostructured micron sized powders

High surface area

High porosity

Synthetic material

 

 

 

 

 

   Technical Data Sheet

 

nanoXIM Powders are nanostructured synthetic hydroxyapatite and tricalcium phosphate powders, manufactured and supplied in different particle sizes.

 

  Reference  Particle size
d50 (μm)
Specific surface area,
BET (m2/g)
Heavy metals,
as Pb (ppm)


Hydroxyapatite
nanoXIM•HAp401 2.5±0.5 ≥ 100 ≤ 20
nanoXIM•HAp402 5.0±1.0 ≥ 100 ≤ 20
nanoXIM•HAp403 10.0±2.0 ≥ 100 ≤ 20
Tricalcium Phosphate nanoXIM•TCP200 4.0±2.0 ≥ 80 ≤ 20
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nanoXIM Powders

SEM of nanoXIM Powders

Electron crystallography image of
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