Self-Assembly of Nanoporous Silica Particles for Tagging and Sensing Applications

Kalaparthi, Vivekanand.

Abstract: Meso(nano)porous silica particles are of broad interest for many photonic applications, filtration, drug delivery, catalysis. Through a self-assembly process, one can achieve silica particles spanning in size from microns to tens of nanometer. In the early stage of self-assembly it is observed that 20-50 nm seed particles are formed with hexagonally packed open cylindrical nanochannels. ... read more

Tufts University. Department of Mechanical Engineering.
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