Inorganic nanofibrous powders


Product description

Tungsten trioxide nanofibrous powder is a novel kind of ceramic material produced by industrial production technology operated by Pardam, s.r.o. in the Czech Repubic. This nanofibrous product is fully comprised of ceramic basis of tungsten trioxide with a minor amount of porous particles from the same material. Tungstate trioxide is a photoluminiscent material with catalytic water splitting properties, which are enhanced by its porous nanofiberous structure possesing very high specific surface area. This material is gas sensitive for NH3 and ozone, so it may be used for gas sensors.


SEM image, magnification: 15000x
SEM image, magnification: 7000x

Physical properties

Crystal phase


Physical form and structure

Material characteristics

fiber structure polycrystalline nanofiber
typical fiber diameter 400-600 nm
fiber length* 2 to hundreds of μm
specific surface area N/A
crystal phase monoclinic
typical size of crystallites N/A
physical form green fluffy powder
  Photoluminiscent | Photocatalyst | Gas sensing | Semiconductor

* Producer can modify the fiber length to different values in accordance to customers requests and application. Please feel free to contact us for more information.


Photocatalytic water splitting | Gas sensor for NH3 and O3 | Semiconductor | Pigment