Electrical Mobility Technique for real-time sizing of aerosolized nanoparticles is described. Case studies of measurement of nanoparticles using electrical mobility and comparison of results with Scanning Electron Microscopy are shown.
Almer J., Bremholm M., Chen Y-S, Iversen B.B., Iversen S.B., Jensen H., Joensen K.D., Nielsen R.P., Søgaard E.G., SCF-Technologies, DK
In this study the world’s first real time in-situ simultaneous small angle x-ray scattering (SAXS) and wide angle x-ray scattering (WAXS) characterization of supercritical nanoparticle formation was performed. In previous supercritical studies the reaction is [...]
Catalytically grown carbon nanotubes were prepared by in situ thermal decomposition of the polymer materials. Polymer material (PEG, polyethylene glycol) was employed as carbon source and nickel-based materials were used as catalytic precursors. These materials [...]