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Nanotech 2007 Vol. 4
Nanotech 2007 Vol. 4
Technical Proceedings of the 2007 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 4
 
Chapter 2: Nanoparticles
 

Transforming nano-science to nano-technology: Manipulating the size, shape, surface morphology, agglomeration, phases and defects of silver nano-particles under continuous flow conditions

Authors:S. Iyer, C.L. Raston and M. Saunders
Affilation:The University of Western Australia, AU
Pages:415 - 417
Keywords:Silver nano-particles, Process Intensification, Continous flow technology, Spinning Disc Processor
Abstract:Spinning disc processing (SDP) is an instantaneously scalable, continuous flow and high throughput flash nano-fabrication technology which embraces green chemistry metrics. It has been used to prepare silver nano-particles with remarkable control in size (5 – 200 nm), shape (spheroidal, acicular or agglomerate rosettes), surface characteristics, and phase (cubic versus hexagonal), along with imparting defects for particles > 10 nm diameters. The control is associated with changing the nature of the stabilising surfactant (respectively starch, polyethylene glycol and poly(4-vinylpyridine)), the concentration of the reactants, and flow rates.
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ISBN:1-4200-6376-6
Pages:768
Hardcopy:$139.95
 
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