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Nanoparticle Formation

  • Alain C. Pierre
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Abstract

This chapter presents the basic theory of nucleation and growth of solid nanoparticles in a liquid medium. The generic theory of LaMer and the various modes of particle growth, from surface mononuclear formation controlled to diffusion controlled, are summarized. Examples of real particles obtained are described. The case of monodisperse nanoparticles and particles made by the Stöber process are the focus of a special section. More recent subfields are also reviewed, in particular the microemulsion synthesis technique, and the case of quantum dots.

Keywords

Particles Germination Growth LaMer model Monodisperse particle Stöber process Quantum dots 

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  • Alain C. Pierre
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  1. 1.allée des écureuilsUniversité Claude Bernard-Lyon 1ROCHETAILLEE SUR SAONEFrance

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