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NANOPARTICLES SEPARATION FROM SOLUTION

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Hi Dear AsimI agree with the friends who recommended that you have to centrifuge your sample at high rpm (>1000 rpm) will be good since your sample in nanoparticles. for drying you can do either…Continue

 

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Hi Dear AsimI agree with the friends who recommended that you have to centrifuge your sample at high rpm (>1000 rpm) will be good since your sample in nanoparticles. for drying you can do either freeze or spray drying, however, the later will be good as it is fast and your sample in not a heat sensitive to worry a boutthanksSee More
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