Advanced Materials


Nordische’s advanced materials division focused on the environment-friendly, nontoxic, mass production of advanced carbon materials that has potential applications in battery, corrosion protection, supercapacitor, biomedical, fuel cell, water treatment, electronic circuit, solar cell etc. Carbon is the fourth most abundant element in the universe (by mass). Because of this abundance, graphene could be a sustainable, ecologically friendly solution for an increasingly complex world. One example of carbon-based advanced material is graphene. It’s the thinnest, strongest and lightest material we have seen. Graphene is stronger than steel and Kevlar, with a tensile strength of 150,000,000 psi. It is the best conductor of heat and electricity and a good absorber of light.

The low-cost, make-in-India initiated, rural-based engineered carbon materials prepared by Nordische attract hydrogen storage, textile, catalyst, battery, and conductive inks market segment. They have outstanding heat conductivity, electrical conductivity, and mechanical properties. 

The mass production, and cost-effectiveness, of Innovative carbon materials developed in Nordische, contribute to Photo catalyst, energy storage, and conversion application.

The cost effective non-noble metal based nano-catalysts materials include transition metal oxides, phosphide, sulfide, and phosphate prepared from solid waste can be utilized for green hydrogen production, CO2 reduction applications. The materials produced includes (Cu, Ni, Fe) porous materials, crystalline nano size materials with different morphologies. There are a number of active materials which Nordische is supplying to research institutions and corporates. The list of commonly supplied active materials are as follows:

1. Graphene

2. Graphene Oxide (GO)

3. Reduced Graphene Oxide (RGO)

4. Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube (MWCNT)

5. Single Walled Carbon Nanotube

Nordische Advanced Material