Laser-generated manufacturing ceramic nano-particles aerosols book release zinc, Ingmar: nano particles: laser-generated manufacturing ceramic nano-particles aerosols, Diplomica Verlag GmbH 2010 ISBN: 978-3-8366-9482-7 pressure: Diplomica Verlag GmbH, Hamburg, 2010, this title takes the Digital Edition (eBook Edition) ISBN 978-3-8366-4482-2 and can over the trade or the Publisher. Author profile Ingmar Zink, diploma physicist, was born in 1982 in Arnstadt. The study of physics and technical physics at the University of Jena the author joined Friedrich Schiller in 2010 from. Already while studying the author dealt intensively with the metrological characterization of nano-particles aerosols. Scientific publications, also to the theoretical interpretation of coagulation, nucleation – and agglomeration processes in nano particles synthesis, found international attention and recognition. Short summary of nano-particles are characterized by their small size and thus large specific surface area. Properties such as the Chemical reactivity of the sintering activity are essentially the size and surface distributions of particles determined by. Due to these properties, the production of nano-particles is based on the size distributions and the form of the generated particle.
The LAVA procedure (LAser vaporize) as the production method is discussed in depth in this book. The emergence of the particles in the gas phase in a nucleation – or carrier gas is characteristic for this process. The education and growth process of nano particles is explained by the mechanism of nucleation and coagulation. These describe the process of particle formation in the gas phase of the evaporated material (nucleation) particle growth in the liquid phase (coagulation) in detail to investigating mechanisms essentially the solid primary particles at room temperature and normal pressure. With the emergence of solid particles, the manufacturing process is however not yet complete. The resulting nanoparticle can store together by van der Waals forces (Agglomeration). External forces can affect the structure of the agglomerates of manufactured nanoparticles formed again and change. This fact plays a crucial role especially in the metrological acquisition and needs to be considered in experimental measurements.