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Préparation de nanoparticules de silice Grâce assistée par micro-ondes acide catalyse

Published: December 16, 2013 doi: 10.3791/51022


Name Company Catalog Number Comments
Tetramethylorthosilicate Sigma Aldrich 218472
Hydrochloric acid, 37% Sigma Aldrich 435570
Acetone Fisher A949SK
Sulfuric acid EMD Millipore SX1244
Hydrogen peroxide, 30% EMD Millipore HX0635
Discover microwave reactor CEM
10 ml Borosilicate reaction vial CEM 908035
10 ml Snap cap CEM 909210
3 mm Stir bar Fisher Scientific 14-513-65
Highly polished silicon wafers Broker SP064483
S4800 SEM Hitachi
Zetasizer Nano90 Malvern
Polystyrene cuvette, (10 mm x 10 mm x 45mm) Sarstedt 67.754
5415D centrifuge Eppendorf
Hummer 6.2 sputter system Anatech



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Préparation de nanoparticules de silice Grâce assistée par micro-ondes acide catalyse
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Lovingood, D. D., Owens, J. R., Seeber, M., Kornev, K. G., Luzinov, I. Preparation of Silica Nanoparticles Through Microwave-assisted Acid-catalysis. J. Vis. Exp. (82), e51022, doi:10.3791/51022 (2013).

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