49 Applications of Engineered Structured Particulates

Monday, November 9, 2015: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
254A (Salt Palace Convention Center)

This session invites abstracts of work involving nano and sub-micron scale particles that have been engineered to achieve desired physiochemical properties with improved characteristics for specific applications. The engineered particles can be of various types, for example: core-shell particles, composite particles, particles with designed surface functionality, anisotropic particles, co-precipitates, and larger scale systems that rely on engineered particles. In most such cases, the emphasis is on effective utilization of the unique properties of the structured particulate systems with potential applications in a variety of industries including pharmaceuticals, optics, sensing, biomedical, defense, electronics, food, cosmetics, ceramics and specialty chemicals. Papers that discuss formation as well as unique applications are strongly encouraged.

Particle Production and Characterization
Philip Bell Email: philip.bell@sabic-ip.com
Rachel Smith Email: rachel.smith@sheffield.ac.uk
- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

8:30 AM

8:50 AM
(49b) Uniform Microparticles with Controllable Highly-Interconnected Hierarchical Porous Structures
Mao-Jie Zhang, Wei Wang, Xiu-Lan Yang, Bing Ma, Ying-Mei Liu, Rui Xie, Xiao-Jie Ju, Zhuang Liu and Liang-Yin Chu

9:10 AM
(49c) Monodisperse Core-Shell Microparticles with Ultrathin Hybrid Shell for Rapid Enzymatic Reaction
Fang Wu, Wei Wang, Xiao-Jie Ju, Rui Xie, Zhuang Liu and Liang-Yin Chu

9:30 AM
(49d) Novel Hyperbranched Cationic Polyacrylamide: Tailoring and Flocculation Properties
Bo Huang, Dunming Wang, Wen-Jun Wang, Bo-Geng Li and Shiping Zhu

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