Zinc Peroxide Nanoparticles (ZnO2 NPs)

Zinc Peroxide (ZnO2) is a compound possessing very strong oxidizing properties and the ability to generate free radicals and other reactive oxygen species.  Nowadays the material is mainly used in a bulk form in many areas like rubber and polymer industry, cosmetics, pyrotechnics or organic synthesis. Nanoxo new patent pending technology offers a broad range of products based on high quality zinc peroxide nanoparticles with an average diameter below 5 nm and possessing rationally designed and well specified characteristics.

Nanoxo zinc peroxide (ZnO2) nanostructures stand as superior products in comparison to any other products available on the market. Small size and well-defined structure of nanoparticles offers much better performance and high stability in many potential applications like:

  • Plastics processing
  • Material engineering (e.g. antibacterial additives)
  • Pyrotechnics mixtures
  • Photocatalyst
  • Cosmetics
  • Medicine (e.g. anticancer, wound healing, antibacterial agent)
  • Electronics
  • Zinc oxide precursor
  • Basic scientific research of new nanomaterials
The novel organometallic approach developed by Nanoxo enables of manufacturing tailored-products possessing unique properties:
  • Heavy-metal free composition
  • Very high purity (electronic purity on request)
  • Monodispersed nanoparticles with typical average size between 1-5 nm
  • Possibility of custom functionalization
  • Hydrophilic or hydrophobic
  • Long term stability
  • High specific surface area
  • Scalability

High flexibility of the technology allows to improve end-user processes and products by rational designing of new materials exactly adapted to the specific expectations.

Nanoxo novel zinc peroxide (ZnO2) nanostructures are also available for Universities, Research Institutes, R&D departments and industrial partners at https://nanoxo.eu/shop/

To learn more please ask our technical staff for support at info@nanoxo.eu

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