158 Particle Synthesis and Stabilization

Monday, October 29, 2012: 3:15 PM
413 (Convention Center )
Description:
Particles with size scale ranging from nanometer to micrometer (quantum dots, metal oxide nanoparticles, metal nanoparticles, carbon-based nanoparticles, and colloidal particles) are of great scientific interest and technological importance in electronics, optics, ceramics, pharmaceutics, medical, and many other fields. Novel synthetic methods are being developed to incorporate new electrical, optical, magnetic, and biological functionalities into these particles. Stability of particles is also a significant issue in their practical applications. This session focuses on these two important topics. Papers are invited to submit to this session that describe novel methodologies for synthesizing particles of various sizes and types, passivating or stabilizing particles that have been made, controlling interparticle interaction to reduce agglomeration, and similar topics.

Sponsor:
Interfacial Phenomena

Chair:
Mustafa Akbulut
Email: mustafa.akbulut@chemail.tamu.edu

Co-Chair:
Noshir Pesika
Email: npesika@tulane.edu

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3:20 PM
(158a) Fabrication of Monodisperse Silica Microspheres by Sol-Emulsion-Gel Method: Synthesis and Characterization
Cong Gao, Xiaobo Qi, Ruizhuang Yang, Weixing Huang, Bo Li and Zhanwen Zhang

4:20 PM

5:00 PM
(158f) Synthesis of Nanoparticles Through the Use of Reversible Ionic Liquids
Steven R. Saunders, Amy L. Rohan, Emily C. Nixon, Elizabeth J. Biddinger, Pamela Pollet, Charles L. Liotta and Charles A. Eckert

5:20 PM
(158g) Copolymer-Coated Stabililization of Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoclusters At High Ionic Strength and High Temperature Designed by Combinatorial Materials Chemistry
Hitesh G. Bagaria, KiYoul Yoon, Bethany Neilson, Victoria Cheng, JaeHo Lee, Andrew Worthen, Christopher W. Bielawski, Steven Bryant, Chun Huh and Keith P. Johnston
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