Production of nano-sized materials by the use of core-shell particles as a reactor

Tomoko Adachi, Keiji Fujimoto

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Abstract

We applied the core-shell particle with the volume of atto liter scale to a reactor for producing nano-sized materials. Particles were allowed to array on the substrate with the spin-coater or the LB apparatus. The target solution was added to the particle-arrayed substrate, and then the surplus was removed before drying. The obtained materials had unique forms such as a cubic and a fiber. The form of the NaCl crystals was a nano-sized cubic, whereas urea exhibited a needle-like shape. Crystals of urea appeared to make the connection between nano-particles. The form of the CaCO3 crystals was a nano-size cubic and the size was dependent on a CaCl2 concentration and a reaction time. In conclusion, this crystallization method was easier and more economical than conventional ones.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPolymer Preprints, Japan
Pages1552
Number of pages1
Volume54
Edition1
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Event54th SPSJ Annual Meeting 2005 - Yokohama, Japan
Duration: 2005 May 252005 May 27

Other

Other54th SPSJ Annual Meeting 2005
CountryJapan
CityYokohama
Period05/5/2505/5/27

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Urea
Crystals
Substrates
Needles
Drying
Crystallization
Fibers

Keywords

  • Atto-reactor
  • Core-shell particle
  • Nano-sized materials

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Adachi, T., & Fujimoto, K. (2005). Production of nano-sized materials by the use of core-shell particles as a reactor. In Polymer Preprints, Japan (1 ed., Vol. 54, pp. 1552)

Production of nano-sized materials by the use of core-shell particles as a reactor. / Adachi, Tomoko; Fujimoto, Keiji.

Polymer Preprints, Japan. Vol. 54 1. ed. 2005. p. 1552.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Adachi, T & Fujimoto, K 2005, Production of nano-sized materials by the use of core-shell particles as a reactor. in Polymer Preprints, Japan. 1 edn, vol. 54, pp. 1552, 54th SPSJ Annual Meeting 2005, Yokohama, Japan, 05/5/25.
Adachi T, Fujimoto K. Production of nano-sized materials by the use of core-shell particles as a reactor. In Polymer Preprints, Japan. 1 ed. Vol. 54. 2005. p. 1552
Adachi, Tomoko ; Fujimoto, Keiji. / Production of nano-sized materials by the use of core-shell particles as a reactor. Polymer Preprints, Japan. Vol. 54 1. ed. 2005. pp. 1552
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