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    Alfa Chemistry is a leading material supplier and manufacturer. We focus on providing high-quality customer service while supplying the highest quality material products around the world to meet the diverse needs of our customers. Alfa Chemistry provides the following products to customers.


    3D Printing Materials

    3D printing materials are materials applied to 3D printing technology. The materials used for 3D printing usually vary according to the needs of the printing project. Commonly used 3D printing materials include glass materials, fiber materials, durable nylon materials, plaster materials, aluminum materials, titanium alloys, rubber materials, etc.

    Alternative Energy

    Alternative energy generally refers to energy that replaces fossil fuels such as oil, natural gas, and coal, including renewable energy such as wind energy, solar energy, biomass energy, ocean energy, and hydropower. Among various alternative energy sources, biofuels, wind energy and solar energy are the fastest growing and most promising alternative energy sources in recent years.


    Biomaterials are natural or synthetic special functional materials, also known as biomedical materials. It is used to contact and interact with living systems to diagnose, treat, replace, repair or induce regeneration of their cells, tissues and organs.

    Functional Materials

    Functional materials refer to materials with specific functions. According to the characteristics and uses of materials, functional materials can also be defined as high-tech materials with excellent electrical, magnetic, optical, thermal, acoustic, mechanical, chemical and biological functions, and their interconversion functions are used for non-structural purposes.

    Glass and Ceramics

    Glass is an amorphous inorganic non-metallic material, generally made of various inorganic minerals (such as quartz sand, borax, boric acid, barite, barium carbonate, limestone, feldspar, soda, etc.) as the main raw material, and a small amount of auxiliary materials are added. Ceramics are made by grinding, mixing, shaping and firing natural clay and various natural minerals.

    Magnetic Materials

    A material that responds in a certain way to a magnetic field is called a magnetic material. According to the magnetic field strength of the material in the external magnetic field, it can be divided into diamagnetic, paramagnetic, ferromagnetic, antiferromagnetic and ferromagnetic.

    Material Building Blocks

    Material building blocks are physically replaceable parts of a system that fulfill a specific function. Not only should they be individually adapted to a particular system, but they should work across different systems and environments.

    Metals and Materials

    Metal is a material with luster, toughness, electrical conductivity, and thermal conductivity. Materials are always associated with a specific situation and may consist of one or more substances.

    Micro-Nano Electric Materials

    Micro-nanoelectric materials refer to electronic materials that have at least one dimension in the three-dimensional space in the micro-nano scale range, or are composed of micro-basic units or nano-basic units.


    Nanomaterials have great potential for development. Due to the size of nanomaterials and their special surface effects, nanomaterials usually have many special properties.

    Organic and Printed Electronics

    Organic printed electronic devices are electronic components that rely on the photoelectric effect to convert light energy into electrical energy, and are the basis of all photodetection devices and phototubes. It mainly realizes this function by photoelectron emission in metal or inorganic semiconductor, photoconductive effect and photovoltaic effect.

    Photonic and Optical Materials

    Optical materials refer to the principle of using the change of optical properties under the action of an electric field. According to specific mechanisms or application purposes, optical functional materials can be divided into electro-optic materials, magneto-optical materials, elastic optical materials, acousto-optic materials, thermo-optic materials, non- Linear optical materials and laser materials.

    Polymer Science

    Polymers, also known as macromolecular compounds, generally refer to compounds with relative molecular weights ranging from thousands to millions. Polymer compounds are made up of thousands of atoms connected to each other by covalent bonds. Despite their very large relative molecular masses, they are all linked together in a simple structural unit and repeating manner.


    Resin usually refers to an organic polymer that has a softening or melting range after heating and is easy to flow under external force. It is a solid, semi-solid or liquid organic polymer at room temperature.



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