Synthesis and post-processing of nanomaterials using microreaction technology

@article{Chang2008SynthesisAP,
  title={Synthesis and post-processing of nanomaterials using microreaction technology},
  author={Chih-hung Chang and Brian K. Paul and Vincent T. Remcho and Sundar V. Atre and James E. Hutchison},
  journal={Journal of Nanoparticle Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={10},
  pages={965-980}
}
A critical barrier to the routine use of nanomaterials is the tedious, expensive means of their synthesis. Microreaction technology takes advantage of the large surface area-to-volume ratios within microchannel structures to accelerate heat and mass transport. This accelerated transport allows for rapid changes in reaction temperatures and concentrations leading to more uniform heating and mixing which can have dramatic impacts on macromolecular yields and nanoparticle size distributions… CONTINUE READING

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