Laser generated metal nanoparticles dispersed in acetone

Laser generated metal (silver, gold, Titanuim, Copper) nanoparticles dispersed in acetone

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Comment by Dr. Stephan Barcikowski on May 17, 2010 at 6:21pm
Concentration depends on time. E.g., 100 mg Silver in 200 ml water is not a problem. Productivity can be up to 1 g/h, see our reference "1.3 g/hour":
Sajti, C. L.; Sattari, R.; Chichkov, B. N.; Barcikowski, S.: Gram Scale Synthesis of Pure Ceramic Nanoparticles by Laser Ablation in Liquid. In: Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114 (2010), Nr. 6, S. 2421–2427

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Comment by Anand Kumar on May 14, 2010 at 3:47pm
what is the concentration of metal ?

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Comment by Dr. Stephan Barcikowski on January 26, 2010 at 3:19am
Typical size is around 10 nm.

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Comment by Shashi Nayal Rautela on July 23, 2009 at 3:04am
what is the size of gold nanoparticles

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