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    Product recovery solutions for nanoparticles industry

    An increasingly high number of industries, from the fine chemicals to the cosmetics industry, are investing on the design and production of nanoparticles, such as metal oxides, in specific reactors. There is a need to recover these very fine powders from the exhaust streams often at high temperature, ...

    By Advanced Cyclone Systems, S. A. based in Porto, PORTUGAL.

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    Other possible application of iron nanoparticles

    Beside unexceptionable reduction properties, the nanoparticles of zero-valent iron also exhibit excellent catalytic, magnetic (strong ferromagnetic material) and mechanical properties due to which they could be, for example, used as: a catalyst in Fischer-Tropsch synthesis of hydrocarbons, in the ...

    By Nano Iron s.r.o. based in Židlochovice, CZECH REPUBLIC.

  • Microscope System for Drug discovery and development

    In this example, the aggregation of magnetic nanoparticles labeled with DiR is monitored in real time. Tumor microvasculature is labeled using ...

    By Mauna Kea Technologies based in Paris, FRANCE.

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    Zero valent iron nanoparticles for water treatment and purification

    All described properties of Fe(0) nanoparticles can be even used for decomposition of pollutants contained in the waste water, mainly for treatment of industrial sewage and hutch water. The usage of nanoiron can represent a significant qualitative step in the classical technologies of water treatment ...

    By Nano Iron s.r.o. based in Židlochovice, CZECH REPUBLIC.

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    Chemical oxygen demand (COD) analyzer for government and academic solutions

    PeCOD® is the only Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) analysis technology to use the powerful UV-activated nanoparticle TiO2 (titanium dioxide) photocatalyst which is at the core of the system. The high electrochemical potential of the TiO2 gives it a substantial advantage over the modest chemical ...

    By MANTECH Inc. based in Guelph, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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    Zero valent iron nanoparticles for algae bloom removal

    Blue-green algae or cyanobacteria are gram-negative bacteria that obtain their energy through photosynthesis. They have a huge resistance to adverse conditions due to their simple construction. Typically, they occur in lakes, ponds and slow-moving streams but they can survive even in hostile environment due to their simple construction. Massive development of cyanobacteria is caused by the accumulation of nutrients in stagnant water (eutrophication). Algae Blooms can cause human allergic reactions manifesting by ...

    By Nano Iron s.r.o. based in Židlochovice, CZECH REPUBLIC.

  • Zirconium Phosphate Nanoparticles and its Application in the Protection of Aldehydes

    Layered zirconium hydrogen phosphate with an α- type structure, Zr(HPO4)2∙H2O, is one of the most important inorganic materials. The α-zirconium phosphate (ZrP) is a suitable heterogeneous catalyst, excellent ion exchanger, an interesting intercalating agent, which also has been used in nanocomposite, proton conductor for fuel cells, drug delivery and immobilization of biological ...

    By Sunshine Technology Co., Ltd based in Chengdu, CHINA.

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    Elemental Analysis for Woven & Nonwoven Fabrics by EDXRF / XRF

    Fabrics fall into two broad catagories: wovens and nonwovens. A woven is a cloth formed by weaving. Wovens only stretch in the bias directions, unless the threads are elastic. Nonwoven fabrics are broadly defined as sheet or web structures bonded together by entangling fiber or filaments created by mechanical, thermal or chemical ...

    By Applied Rigaku Technologies, Inc. based in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

  • Scientific instrumentation solutions for cosmetics sector

    Acoustics provides opportunity for characterizing content of nano-particles in cosmetic dispersions with broad Particle size distributions. Precision is about 1% of the total solids ...

    By Dispersion Technology Inc. based in Bedford Hills, NEW YORK (USA).

  • X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy for Catalysts & Petrochemicals

    X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy is used to characterise materials and surfaces used as catalysts for numerous chemical reactions with great success. Surface studies of catalysts range from fundamental research into core level shifts induced by adsorbed species as a model of reaction intermediates to applied research on used industrially relevant catalysts.  Here we present a number of recent papers which include data acquired using Kratos AXIS ...

    By Kratos Analytical Ltd. based in Wharfside, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Zeta Potential

    Zeta potential is a parameter characterizing electrochemical equilibrium at interfaces. It depends on the properties of both the surface and the surrounding liquid. It plays an important role in the theory of aggregative stability, also known as DLVO ...

    By Dispersion Technology Inc. based in Bedford Hills, NEW YORK (USA).

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    In-situ reduction technology for groundwater remediation industry

    Nanoremediation represents a modern method of treatment of environment polluted by chlorinated hydrocarbons, heavy metals, radionuclides and other contaminants. This technology started to be used tentatively in USA and it already takes place on various sites around the world at ...

    By Nano Iron s.r.o. based in Židlochovice, CZECH REPUBLIC.

  • Scientific instrumentation solutions for CMP slurries, content of large particles sector

    There are two papers published on subject of applicability of ultrasound for characterizing CMP slurries, see below. There are also 2 newsletters, # 1 and # 13 on the same subject. Acoustics provides accurate particle size that agrees well with independent data. It can monitor presence of 1% large particles on the background of small nano-particles. Electroacoustics yields very precise value of zeta potential. These measurements can be done with no dilution, which opens possibility for continuous on-line control ...

    By Dispersion Technology Inc. based in Bedford Hills, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Personal Exposure During Industrial Process for Glass Breaking

    Various industrial processes create exposure to Ultra fine particles. In case of engineered nanomaterials this is explicit. However, some processes create high exposure rates without EMN being involved. In this study, carried out by ArboNet (Dutch EHS organisation) in cooperation with software partner PIMEX the production of LCD screens with coatings based on nano-size particles was investigated. NanoTracers were used for personal mobile measurement as well as background sensing. Reference sensor was a SMPS. It ...

    By Oxility BV based in Best, NETHERLANDS.

  • Calibration of online particle sensors and measuring systems

    Optical particle counter. Light scattering sensors (mass, size). Condensation particle counter (CPC, number). Scanning mobility particle sizer (SMPS, size, number). ELPI. Diffusion charging sensor (DC, active surface). Epiphaniometer (active surface). Aethalometer (BC, black carbon). Photoelectric aerosol sensor (PAS). Personal samplers for coulometric carbon analysis. Betameter (Mass). Referent material for EC and ...

    By Jing Ltd. based in Zollikofen, SWITZERLAND.

  • Particle Size Measurement

    Particle size is a geometric characteristic that is usually assigned to material objects with sizes ranging from nanometers to millimeters. There is a wide variety of real systems that contain particles within this size range. These systems are generally polydisperse, meaning that the particles in a particular sample vary in size. Therefore, in order to adequately characterize such systems, it is not sufficient to simply determine a single particle size. We must instead determine the system’s particle size ...

    By Dispersion Technology Inc. based in Bedford Hills, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Acoustic Theory

    Acoustic theory for heterogeneous system should yield a relationship between some measured macroscopic acoustic properties, such as sound speed, attenuation, acoustic impedance, angular dependence of the scattered sound, etc., and some microscopic ...

    By Dispersion Technology Inc. based in Bedford Hills, NEW YORK (USA).

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