Monday, November 13, 2006: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Yerba Buena Ballroom 5 (Marriott San Francisco)
#18 - Characterization of Engineered Particles and Nano-Structured Particles (03D00)
The physical and chemical characterization of engineered particles ranging from the nanometer to the micrometer scale plays an important role in formulation, processing and quality assurance. This session will focus on recent developments in characterization techniques and methodologies. Emphasis will be placed on nanostructured engineered particle systems with several examples of the link between novel characterization techniques and novel engineered structures and properties
Chair:Gregory Beaucage
CoChair:Mark Bumiller
8:30 AMMechanical Properties of Nanoparticle Chain Aggregates by Combined Afm and Sem: Isolated Aggregates and Networks
Weizhi Rong, Weiqiang Ding, Lutz Maedler, Rodney Ruoff, S. K. Friedlander
8:55 AMThe Evolution of Branching during Flame Growth of Silica Aggregates
Amit S. Kulkarni, Gregory Beaucage, Hendrik K. Kammler, Sotiris E. Pratsinis
9:20 AMSurface Composition- and Structure-Dependent Optical Properties of Ingap Nanoparticles
Jan Dirk Epping, Mia G. Berrettini, Christina Raab, Almut Rapp, Jeff Gerbec, Geoffrey F. Strouse, Bradley F. Chmelka
9:45 AMCharacterization of Cobalt-Substituted Ferrite Nanoparticles for Use in Sensors
Victoria L. Calero, Carlos Rinaldi
10:10 AMPhoto-Assisted Dissolution of Si Nanocrystal
Jonghoon Choi, Vytas Reipa, Nam Sun Wang
10:35 AMA Quantitative Method for Reconstructing Blend Composition Distributions in the Presence of Agglomerates
Marcos Llusa, Fernando J. Muzzio

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