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Aerosol synthesis of nanostructured, ultrafine fullerene particles

Jorma Joutsensaari

Aerosol synthesis of nanostructured, ultrafine fullerene particles

by Jorma Joutsensaari

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Published by Technical Research Centre of Finland in Espoo [Finland] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fullerenes -- Synthesis.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJorma Joutsensaari.
    SeriesVTT publications -- 400., VTT julkaisuja -- 400.
    ContributionsValtion teknillinen tutkimuskeskus.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15569871M
    ISBN 109513855457

    nanostructured fullerene particles need to be developed At temperatures of C and above. ultrafine parti- cles with diameters of about 30 nm were formed via vapor condensation. Then. the fullerene particles are ties were formed during aerosol synthesis. However. Aerosol synthesis of materials is a vibrant field of particle technology and chemical reaction engineering. Examples include the manufacture of carbon blacks, fumed SiO 2, pigmentary TiO 2, ZnO vulcanizing catalysts, filamentary Ni, and optical fibers, materials that impact transportation, construction, pharmaceuticals, energy, and communications.. Parallel to this, development of .

      This thesis covers the aerosol synthesis, characterization and application of ultrafine particles. These are considered a versatile matter to combine with products from further gas phase processes. Aerosol Synthesis and Characterization of Ultrafine Fullerene Particles. Fullerene Science and Technology , 6 (4) Crystal Growth Studies During Aerosol Synthesis of Nanostructured Fullerene Particles. MRS Proceedings , https.

    Nanotechnology is leading to the development in many field, of new materials and devices in many fields that demonstrate nanostructure-dependent properties. However, concern has been expressed that these same properties may present unique challenges to addressing potential health impact. Airborne particles associated with engineered nanomaterials are of particular .   /(95) /(95) Pergamon J. Aerosol Sci., Vol. 26, Suppl 1, pp. $$, Elsevier Science Ltd Printed in Great Britain /95 $ + J. Joutsensaari ~, P. Ahonen ~, U. Tapper ~, E. I. Kauppinen~, A. S. Gurav 2 and T. T. Kodas2 1VTT Chemical Technology, Aerosol .


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Aerosol synthesis of nanostructured, ultrafine fullerene particles by Jorma Joutsensaari Download PDF EPUB FB2

Download Citation | Aerosol Synthesis of Nanostructured, Ultrafine Fullerene Particles | Thesis (doctoral) -- Tampere University of Technology, Includes bibliographical references. this work, aerosol synthesis methods for production of nanostructured fullerene particles have been developed.

The nanostructured, ultrafine fullerene particles were produced in continuous-flow reactor systems. The study demonstrated that ultrafine (30–60 nm) fullerene particles can be generated by a vapor condensation method. Abstract. Preface List of publications Author's contribution List of acronyms and symbols 1Author: Jorma Joutsensaari.

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The nanostructured materials research efforts emphasize the synthesis routes for the generation of ultrafine powders with control over particle size, shape, composition and morphology as the key issue in advanced materials synthesis.

1 The aerosol synthesis route enables the generation of new nanoparticles and nanomaterials either as coatings or powders as single, complex metal oxides, nonoxides or metals by adjusting the precursor chemistry.

7 The starting-point of the aerosol synthesis Cited by: 3. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). Woo-Jin An, Elijah Thimsen, Pratim Biswas, Aerosol-Chemical Vapor Deposition Method For Synthesis of Nanostructured Metal Oxide Thin Films With Controlled Morphology, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, /jzd, 1, 1, (), ().

As shown in Fig. 1, the vapor-fed aerosol flame synthesis (VAFS) method (where combustion, decomposition, or hydrolysis of volatile precursors take place in supported hydrocarbon, hydrogen, and/or halide flames) is usually recognized as one of the classic gas-to-particle conversion processes.

Particles form via the mechanism of homogenous (or. Nanocrystalline and nanometer-size fullerene particles have been generated by aerosol routes starting from a solution of mixed fullerene extract in toluene.

Nanocrystalline fullerene particles have been produced by spray drying, and ultrafine particles have been formed by vapor condensation.

The concept of novel aerosol-assisted method for synthesis of particles O(–) nm in diameter is schematically shown in Fig. The technology incorporates the bubble-gas jet atomization process described above to generate submicron droplets from liquid solutions and a drying process to transform the obtained droplets into particles.

Subsequently fullerene vapor is condensed on faces with defects and hexagonal particles are grown by a re-entrant corner growth mechanism. At °C particles are single crystals, but they have a less distinct shape due to higher vaporization of fullerene.

The final size and shape of the particles are mainly determined at the reactor outlet in. Firstly, to provide a comprehensive scope to the latest development in preparation of new functional nanostructured materials, three types of synthetic routes are discussed in this review, all of which have shown to be extensively investigated as novel routes over the decade: (1) aerosol-based synthetic method, (2) aerogel-based synthetic method and (3) de novo.

We have studied crystal growth during aerosol synthesis of nanostructured C60, C7o and mixed fullerene particles. Fullerene particles have been produced by aerosol droplet drying and crystallization as well as via vapor condensation starting from solutions of.

An aerosol-chemical vapor deposition (ACVD) was designed to deposit nanostructured metal oxide films with controlled morphologies. Characteristic times of the different processes governing deposition of the film were used to establish the relationship of process parameters to the resultant morphology of the film.

Titanium dioxide (TiO2) films were synthesized with different. This paper will examine the aerosol physics of nanoparticle synthesis with emphasis on unraveling this distinction.

The physical processes that govern particle formation growth, structure, and deposition will be examined. The on-line characterization of aerosol nanoparticles will also be probed, with a view toward monitoring of the synthesis. The production of nanostructured fullerenes and nanocomposites has been introduced by Gurav et al.

9 Nanostructurtd fullerene particles were generated by aerosol droplet- drying Of a mixed fullerene solution in toluene using N2 a carrier gas at a processing of oc. The particles were polycrystalline with a small crystallite size of roughly.

The formation of aerosol particles by gas‐phase chemical reaction in the presence of seed particles has been studied experimentally and theoretically. Titanium tetraisopropoxide (TTIP) vapor containing ultrafine TiO 2 seed particles was introduced into a laminar flow aerosol reactor, and the properties of produced TiO 2 aerosol were measured.

The increasing demand for energy storage has motivated the search for highly efficient electrode materials for use in rechargeable batteries with enhanced energy density and longer cycle life. One of the most promising strategies for achieving improved battery performance is altering the architecture of nano Recent Review Articles Nanoscale 10th Anniversary Special Issue.

The particles prepared at °C were typically composed of two or three 50–60 nm crystallites that were faceted. The particles obtained at °C and °C were single crystals with or without crystal defects, mainly twins, and were well faceted.

Download: Download full-size image; Fig. Reference: Aerosol Synthesis of Nanostructured, Ultrafine Fullerene Particles Grain growth and densification in palladium oxide particles during spray pyrolysis Citing article.

Fine particles of dense, high‐purity, crystalline BaTiO 3 were produced by flame‐spray pyrolysis. A ‐M (Ba:Ti = ) solution of barium acetate, titanium lactate, and water was aerosolized using an ultrasonic generator, and the droplets were delivered into the core of an annular diffusion flame (H 2 /air) reactor.

For all investigated temperatures [∼1,–∼2,°C .Aerosol Synthesis and Characterization of Ultrafine Fullerene Particles. Fullerene Science and Technology6 (4), DOI: /  Mädler L Liquid-fed aerosol reactors for one-step synthesis of nanostructured particles KONA 22 Crossref Google Scholar Mädler L, Roessler A, Pratsinis S E, Sahm T, Gurlo A, Barsan N and Weimar U Direct formation of highly porous gas-sensing films by in situ thermophoretic deposition of flame-made Pt / SnO 2 nanoparticles.