Characterization of Nanomaterials in Liquid Disperse Systems

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Characterization of Nanomaterials in Liquid Disperse Systems

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Contents of Characterization of Nanomaterials in Liquid Disperse Systems

  • Introduction and Classification
  • Dispersity State of Nanomaterials
  • Scope of the Book
  • Analysis Tasks and Structure
  • References
  • State of the Art and Knowledge About (Nanoparticulate)
  • Disperse Systems
  • Characterization of Nanoparticles in Liquid Disperse Systems in Particle Metrology
  • Classification of Core Concepts of Nanoparticle
  • Measurement Technology
  • Formulation Types of Nanoparticle Systems in Liquid Phases
  • Regulatory Assessment of Nanomaterials
  • Challenges and Content of the Characterization
  • Physico-Chemical Properties of “Nano”-Particle Systems
  • Electric Double Layer (EDL)—Models
  • Stability of Liquid Disperse Systems
  • Theory of Solubility Parameters
  • Wettability of Nanoparticles
  • Emulsification Processes with Contained Nanomaterials
  • Preparation of Emulsions Containing Nanomaterials
  • Stabilization and Destabilization Mechanisms of Emulsions
  • Dispersion (Emulsification) Processes of Suspoemulsions and Emulsions
  • Theory of the Characteristics of the Dispersion Processes
  • Mechanical Dispersion Methods
  • Application of the Volume-Based Energy Density
  • Concept
  • Energy Density Concept in Nanoparticle Metrology and Research
  • References
  • Main Principles of the Characterization of Nanoparticles in Liquid Disperse Systems
  • Analysis of Nanoparticles in Liquid Disperse Systems
  • Objectives, Fundamentals and Obstacles
  • Development and Application of Standard Operating
  • Procedure (SOP)
  • Granulometric Methods of Nanoparticle Metrology
  • Possibilities for the Representation of Distribution Functions
  • Normalized Distribution Functions
  • Non-Normalized Distribution Functions
  • Transformed Density Function
  • Component Balance of the Distribution
  • Selected Nanoparticle Systems and Their General Properties
  • Synthetic Amorphous Silica (SAS)—SiO
  • Pyrogenic Nanostructured Oxides—TiO and Al O
  • Selected Characterization Techniques
  • Laser Diffraction Spectroscopy—LD
  • Dynamic Light Scattering—DLS
  • Dynamic Ultramicroscopy—DUM
  • Optical Centrifugation Analysis—OPA
  • Acoustophoretic Mobility
  • Electrophoretic Mobility
  • References
  • Knowledge Generating Experiments
  • Reproducible Dispersion with Defined Energy Input
  • Dispersion Techniques in Practice
  • Calibration Specification of Mechanical Dispersion Methods
  • Validation of Mechanical Dispersion Practical Test
  • Sample Contamination During Dispersion
  • Discussion of the Results on Dispersion
  • Electrokinetic Properties and Stability Behavior of Nanoparticle Systems
  • Conservation of the Dispersity and Interfacial State of the Suspension
  • Comparability of Zeta-Potential Methods
  • From Fractal-Like Aggregates to Spherical SiO Particles
  • Measurement of the Zeta-Potential of Different Silica Types
  • Discussion of the Results and Consequences for SOPs
  • Extraction of Nanomaterials from Cosmetic Formulations
  • Procedure for the Development of Extraction Methods
  • Research of the Emulsification Process with Contained Nanomaterials
  • Discussion of Results and Consequences for SOPs
  • References
  • Demonstration Experiments
  • Load-Dependent Dispersity State of Nanomaterials
  • Influence on the Measured Particle Size Distribution of SiO
  • Dispersion Effectiveness of Direct Dispersion Methods
  • Discussion on Dispersion Effectiveness of Nanostructured Oxides
  • Dispersity State of Nanomaterials in Physiological Media
  • Nanomaterials in Simulated Lung Fluid
  • Nanomaterials in Simulated Gastrointestinal Passage Discussion
  • Consideration of the Absolute Signal Strength of Optical
  • Measurement Methods
  • Component Balance of the Distribution and Possibilities for Representation
  • Granulometric Data Analysis of Complex
  • Nanoparticle Systems
  • Discussion on Characterization of Complex
  • Nanoparticle Systems
  • References
  • Conclusion and Discussion
  • Summary of the Results
  • Discussion
  • Outlook
  • Conclusion

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