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Silicon Nanoparticles

Silicon Nanoparticles With the rapid development of nanoscience and nanotechnology in multidisciplinary fields, nanomaterials have attracted extensive attention. Heavy-metal-free nanoscale silicon has been investigated in depth for its unparalleled physical and chemical properties such as the feasibility for surface functionalization, size-dependent tunable multicolor light emission, stability against photo bleaching and intriguingly, favorable nontoxicity. The applications …

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Magnetic Nanoparticles (MNPs)

Magnetic Nanoparticles (MNPs) Magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) are found to exhibit interesting and considerably different magnetic properties due to their finite size effects, such as the high aspect ratio and different crystal structures, than those found in their corresponding bulk materials. Magnetic materials are those materials that show a response to an applied magnetic field. They …

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Carbon Nanotubes Dispersions

CARBON NANOTUBES DISPERSIONS Carbonnanotubes are strong and flexible but very cohesive. They are difficult to disperse into liquids, such as water, ethanol, oil, polymer or epoxy resin. Carbonnanotubes (CNT) are used in adhesives, coatings and polymers and as electrically conductive fillers in plastics to dissipate static charges in electrical equipment and in electrostatically paintable automobile …

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Metal Organic Frameworks (MOF’s)

Metal Organic Frameworks (MOF’s) MOFs are usually prepared under solvothermal or hydrothermal conditions in pure N, N-diethylformamide or N, N-dimethylformamide used as solvents, which slowly decompose upon heating in oven and generate bases of organic linker molecules which later on react with metal salts and produce 3D metal-organic networks. Metal-Organic Frameworks are coordinated compounds consisting …

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Quantum Dots

Quantum Dots Quantum dots are nanometer-sized semiconductor particle traditionally with a core-shell structure. Quantum dots are widely used for their unique optical properties, as they emit light of specific wavelengths if energy is applied to them. These wavelengths of light can be accurately tuned by changing various properties of the particle, including shape, material composition, …

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