Silver nanowires, av. diameter ca. 40-50 nm, 5 g/l dispersion in ethanol

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Silver nanowires, ca. 50 nm diameter, 5-50 micron length.

Dispersed in ethanol, 5 mg/mL

Volume: 25 mL


Silver nanowires, ca. 50 nm diameter, 5-50 micron length.

Dispersed in ethanol, 5 mg/mL


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Reference PL-AgW50-E