Low Temperature Synthesis of Nanosized Metal Oxides by a Supercritical Seed Enhanced Crystallization process (SSEC)
H. Jensen, K.D. Joensen, S.B. Iversen and E.G. Søgaard
Aalborg University, DK
nanoparticles, supercritical, low temperature, crystallinity
A novel low temperature method has been developed to produce nanosized crystalline materials. The method, a Supercritical Seed Enhanced Crystallization (SSEC) process, was shown to lower the crystallization temperature for several metal oxides by a factor 2-3. The crystallinity and particle size of the produced powder can be altered by adjusting the process parameters.
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