Nanhao Zhang added an answer:Are there any other researchers doing experiments about vapor generation using nanoparticles?
Turning liquid into vapor directly is one of the new areas in nanoparticle application. It significantly improves efficiency by cutting the mediating process of heating the bulk water at first.
As far as I know, there are 3 teams carrying out such experiments, including Naomi J. Halas, P. E. Phelan, Ghasemi and their collaborators, respectively. What I wonder is that, except for all teams mentioned above, are there any other researchers doing such work.
I'm extremely curious about this topic and want to get some literature to learn.
Hope anyone in this field would provide some information. THX
Thank you for your hint. It really helps. ---To Mr. DarwishFollowing
Sudip Mukherjee added an answer:How can I remove molecules after they are bound to silver nanoparticles?
Have mixed Silver nanoparticles (Citrate stabilized) with Hydroxyquinoline and centrifuged at 10000 RPM.
you may add MUA/GSH to replace citrate molecules, also wash 3-4 times with phosphate buffer to get rid of this problem.Following
Mohammad Mansoob Khan added an answer:Does temperature affect the Raman shift of the molecule absorbed on metal nanoparticles? Can you give some references?
In SERS experiment, a broad Raman band was found divided into some narrow bands when temperature goes down. I want to know the reason. And the formula is the best answer.
Yes, it affects. I agree with S Kumar. There are many references and books.Following
Mohammad Ali added an answer:How can I control the size of metal nano particles during their synthesis?
I will be thankful for sharing literature about size controlled synthesis of metallic nanoparticles and methodologies of capping of organic molecules on metallic NPs.
If it is biological synthesis, especially plant mediated, using plant extract in different concentrations strongly effect the size of NPs. Similarly, keeping the extract concentration constant and treating it with variable concentrations of Substrate e.g. Silver Nitrate, also effect the size of NPs.Following
Jacob Lalley added an answer:How can we synthesize the stable nZVI for removal of pollutants from water?
Nano size zero valent iron.
Some "green" synthesis have also been explored.
See In vitro biocompatibility of nanoscale zerovalent iron particles (NZVI) synthesized using tea polyphenols by Nadagouda et. al.Following
Ahmad Sedaghat added an answer:Nano-bubbles are claimed to have vast applications. How feasible is to produce nano-bubbles? and What improvements may be achieved?
Nano-bubbles are claimed to have applications in fishery, water treatments, medical applications and so on. The question is how feasible is to produce nano-bubbles because it may need very high pressure devices. And, what performance improvements is expected compared with smaller micro or mili bubbles?
Many thanks for your input. Nano-bubbles should be created in high pressure vessels. I am aware of some research in fishery for growing deep water creatures.There are also some applications for water treatments. As you suggested, in low pressure these nano-bubbles cannot sustain and are not stable.Following
Alexander Loskutov added an answer:What are your overviews about the economic feasibility of applying synthesis of silver nanoparticles using plant leaf extract on large scale?
I am working since a while on the synthesis of silver nanoparticles using plant leaf extracts as other researchers along the world and I succeeded on this at lab scale. but I am interested now on exploring the possibility of the method being adopted at large scale and the economic feasibility of such adaption compared with the already established silver nanoparticles market providing large scale chemical and physical techniques?
The answer on your question requires more detailed information about the process of synthesis of NP (the speed of the process, the particle size, the output of the reduction reaction, the silver NP surface stabilization etc.). Sometimes one can do it very quickly and easily in the laboratory, but the development of industrial technology requires much more efforts and expenses. Very often, the duration of such work far exceeds the time spent on researches. I have one doubt in the success of such process in industry. The industrial technology usually requires strict compliance with all the conditions of synthesis (constancy of the chemical composition of the reactants and their concentrations). I am not an expert in the biology of plants and do not know whether they can meet these requirements.Following
Thiago Castanho Pereira added an answer:Is there any method to synthesize metallic nanoparticles by microwave heating?
I'm trying to find a method for a uniform heating, without thermal gradients and convection in the aqueous media
Thank you so much for your article John PhillipFollowing
Khaled Hussein added an answer:Has any one come across phosphomolybdate incorporated mesoporous materials?
I am looking for technique where ammonium phosphomolybdate can be incorporated into the framework of some mesoporous / microporous materials (preferably silica)? I tried looking for MCM-41 type of material however these kind of material can only be synthesized in alkaline (pH 9-11) and in that condition Phosphomolybdate precursor will dissolve.
I am not particularly looking for impregnates techniques due to its leaching problem.
Try to use autoclave at 120 ًَُُ c for 6hrs .....
keep MCM-41 synthesis conditions the same and try ...
Serge Grabtchak added an answer:Why do we use the Mie scattering regime in metal nanoparticles and not Rayleigh scattering regime ?
why do we use from the Mie scattering regime in metal nanoparticles and not Rayleigh scattering regime ?
Expanding slightly Eric's answer, I'd add that a range of sizes of metal nanoparticles can be very broad, from few nm to hundreds of nm indicating that the condition of using the Rayleigh approach is not valid.Following
Alain Celzard added an answer:Can I use silver nanoparticles as an oxygen scavenger in modified atmosphere packaging?
I want to know novel active agents in a food packaging.
Silver is not very reactive with oxygen, unlike reducing metals like alkaline or alkaline earth metals. Silver reacts with sulphur instead, hence the black colour of old silver.
Rakesh Kumar Tekade added an answer:Can anybody help me tag the nanoparicle (Chitosan)? Looking for administration method and detection method for hepatic cancer induced rats?We are planning to tag the nanoparticle and to study where the nanoparticle will deliver.
Can you please brief more on your question and query. ThanksFollowing
Subrata Ghosh added an answer:Will acetone bath (at 55o C for 100 to 120 minutes) help to remove PMMA and other contamination from monolayer graphene sample?
Sample-Monolayer graphene on SiO2 grown by CVD process
Kindly, don't repeat the existing question here.
I attached link to your another question, hopefully you can find out answer from thatFollowing
Andrey Arbenin added an answer:Is it possible to block X-Rays with Pb coated nano glass?Lead (Pb) blocks the X-ray and scatter them. But will the same will happen if we use nano particles?
yes. Russian space technologies use this method to defend cosmonauts. Thil layer of leed ussually deposited on helmglassFollowing
George Richardson added an answer:Does anyone know of nano-fabrication companies that are able to provide templates for nano imprint lithography applications?
I know of EULitha (EU), NIL Technology (EU) and LightSmyth (US) but would like to know if there are more.
Hopefully it will be useful for others to generate a more comprehensive list of what's available.
Great. Thanks for all the answers. Glasgow's not too far!Following
Biswajit Bose added an answer:I got a peak at 422/423 nm in UV spectra. What is the size of my Ag nanoparticle?Does colour and size of silver nanoparticles depend on each other? I used to get a peak at 430-450nm in UV spectra, but now I am getting a peak at 423nm. Sometimes I get double peaks (one small @ 423 and other @ 436 nm). What is the reason for this?
Can anybody please give me any references?Thanks Mam...I got Ag nanoparticles ranging 2-22 nm and stability is also very good.
I just want to know how to wash the Pellates of nanoparticles?Following
Marzieh Nazari asked a question:Does anyone know about VATs in nanotechnology theories?I read about usage of nanotechnology in architecture and design theory.Following
Volker Klemm added an answer:Does anyone have any references on the synthesis of Chromium Nanoparticles?see aboveFollowing
Carlos Daza added an answer:What do you think about a hybrid material composed of carbon nanotubes - asphalt binder?Carbon nanotubes can modify (improve) the rheological properties of the asphalt binder.I think the problem is as you said, the economic point of view!!!Following
Ignacio Tudela added an answer:Why can we not deliver many things with nanotechnology research to industrial applications?Even after a lot of research we are lagging behind in industrial use of sensors, solar applications, targeted drug delivery (confined to research lab only). Few improvements we have seen in battery shelf life with the use of nanotechnology. Where is the mess in this whole nanotechnology?Following
Titus Sobisch added an answer:What are Nano-Surfactants?I was wondering if anyone could help me gain information about nano-surfactants, their types and structure and their used in enhanced oil recovery.Just because a material can be used for same purpose it does not mean it belongs to the same specific group of materials.
E.g. emulsions can be stabilized by particles, polymers and surfactants, i.e. all can be called emulsifiers. Nevertheless, for clarity one has to distinct them based on specific properties. E.g. surfactants compounds with pronounced reduction of interfacial tension at relatively low concentration. Oil can be removed by commercial oil binders, which should not be confused with washing agents removing oil stains, oil films etc.Following
Abhishek Lahiri added an answer:How to determine the molecular weight of prepared nanocomposites?I have prepared Zn-Al nanocompsites. Could anyone help me in determining the molecular weight?Sorry, made a mistake in my previous post about DTA. It is differential thermal analysis and not different. Just to make sure you dont ask for the wrong equipment.Following
Periklis Papadopoulos added an answer:Which organosilanes are used to make glass surface super-hydrophobic/ super-hydrophilic?Can anyone please help me to select a proper organosilane combination or titanates with inorganic nanoparticles which will form thin film (monomolecular) on glass surface in short time span and at room temperature. It is important that there is no effect on its optical transparency and that it cures at room temperature.Superhydrophilic is quite easy, just treat the glass with O2 plasma. However, you cannot make a surface "super"hydrophobic just by coating with an organosilane, you need to create a texture like the lotus leaf. To hydrophobize you can use either alkyl-chlorosilanes (better trichlorosilanes) or perfluoroalkyl-trichlorosilanes.Following
Yusuf Kağan Atalay added an answer:Nanotechnological Applications in Textile IndustryTechnical textile has a lot to do with nanotechnology. There are many interesting applications. I will share most of them and i am waiting for your sharings also.Hi Mr. Ramanavicious, thank you for your answer and i am really very sorry and apologize to write you after eight months. I will try to follow you at ResearchGate. Please take care.Following
K. K. Nagaraja added an answer:What type of nanoparticles can be used in nonlinear applications?What type of nano particles can be used for this type of applications? Will metal oxide nano particles be suitable ones for this type of applications?There are plenty of literature available on NLO of nanoparticles in the web if you are concerned about the non linear optical properties of Nanomaterials. Just google itFollowing
Gabriele Penazzi added an answer:Need assistance with references to experimental or theoretical work on the geometry of InAs/InP interface.Hello everybody!
I'm currently trying to model a heterostructure nanowire. In order to study the IV characteristics using DFT-NEGF formalism, I need to build my device using realistic geometric parameters. The parameters for each crystal separately are well known, but I've been trying to find a geometric description of the interface InAs/InP. Can anyone help me with some references to experimental or theoretical work done on the subject? Thank you!Hi Sebastian,
I'm assuming that both the crystal have the same phase (fcc). The lattice mismatch between InAs and InP is not that big, probably the assumption of pseudomorphic growth is save. You find the basic theory of pseudomorphic growth in many solid state physics or device physics textbooks (for example, Cardona, fundamentals of semiconductors). You can relax the structure with any reliable method which takes into account internal strain: classical force field, dft etc. The main point is that, give InAs as a substrate, you fix the starting InP lattice such that it matches with InAs at surface. Be aware that dft here can be pretty heavy, as usually you need to calculate quite a large cell to ensure strain relaxation at the boundary.
There's plenty of literature about classical force field, continuum models and so on.
You can search for the works from D. Bimberg, G. Klimeck, A. Zunger, Y.M. Niquet (and many relevant others who I am not mentioning).Following
Titus Sobisch added an answer:Self Assembling Nano Inhibitors?Does anyone know where I can find information on how to stop or put a damper on the self assembly process? Is the process 100% dependent on the nano components and how they were fabricated, or is there some general knowledge associated with the self assembly process? I'm assuming that it is all frequency based, but that's an assumption. I am new to this technology, so any links or info would be helpful.
ThanksEven more guessing, ionic liquids?Following
Almira Ramanaviciene added an answer:How much safe is the use of nanoparticles (NPs) in bioprocess technology and biomedicine?Recently, there are studies demonstrating the effect of NPs for enhancing productivity in fermentation processes. However, the long term impacts of nanoparticles to living organisms including humans needs to be thoroughly evaluated. In this context, how much safe is the use of nanoparticles (NPs) in bioprocess technology and biomedicine?One very recent publication related to this topic is attached:Following
Petros Tsampas asked a question:Hamiltonian governing the dynamics of FM/FE multilayers.A general one would be fine, as long as it covers all crucial interactions.Following
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