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The synthesis that is described in this study is for the preparation of silver nanoparticles of sizes ranging from 10 nm to 30 nm with a defined shape (globular), confirmed by UV-vis, SEM, STEM and… (More)
A photo-responsive organogel has been made by addition of a novel stilbene-containing photo-surfactant to toluene: exposure to UV light led to a gel-to-sol transition with spatial control.
The development of nanotechnology depends strongly on the advances in nanoparticle preparation. Nowadays, there are a number of technologies available for nanoparticle synthesis, from the gas phase… (More)
Nanometer-sized materials have significantly different chemical and physical properties compared to bulk material. However, these properties do not only depend on the elemental composition but also… (More)
Nanotechnology is revolutionizing the development of different branches of science. The investigation of nanomaterials in the battle against cancer is not an exception. The main goal of this… (More)
Light-induced stabilisation of water-in-heptane microemulsions has been achieved with a UV-sensitive gemini photo-surfactant.
Reducing the size from the bulk material to nanoparticles produces a scaling behavior in physical properties in the later ones, due to the large surface-to-volume fraction. By further size reduction,… (More)
Phase behavior, dynamics, and structure of W/O microemulsions of the system aqueous solution/Synperonic 13_6.5/1-hexanol/isooctane were studied, with the goal of determining their effect on Mn-Zn… (More)
Cobalt nanostructures with different size and morphology, i.e., spherical nanoparticles, nanorods, and particles arranged into elongated structures, were prepared using micelles and microemulsions as… (More)
Pt-loaded β-type zeolite catalysts with constant Pt content (0.11 wt.%) and similar pore structure were prepared using a water-in-oil (w/o) microemulsion. The effect of Pt particle synthesis… (More)