I find myself in an uncommon situation where i have acquired a position as a research and development technician without having a degree of any sort. The company is reimbursing my tuition but it is a…Continue
http://220.127.116.11/mekanik/1445X_01.pdf excellent information on the hydrothermal processing of materials, I have been trying to come to broad generalizations dealing with certain materials, feel free to share your interpretations and further articles which might help the rest of us learn about this interesting subjectSee More
"purification of nanomaterials is a pretty popular problem there could be a group for this problem alone. in my experience in research and development I've found very few affective solutions. deionizing resin has many drawbacks as its a…"
"Thanks for your input tinc! As long as the company keeps paying for school Im going to keep taking advantage. Im hoping to attend some conferences and industry aimed seminars in the next year or 2 and with any luck it will get me out of the negative…"
I find myself in an uncommon situation where i have acquired a position as a research and development technician without having a degree of any sort. The company is reimbursing my tuition but it is a slow road and there aren't many choices in schools within reasonable distance which offer a nanotech program. I have been working under a phd chemist and a master chemical engineer which has been of a tremendous experience. I have trained people with their bachelors degree which i demonstrated more…See More
"http://www.hielscher.com/ultrasonics/i1000_p.htm used with the flow cell recirculating 1 liter of a 40% aqueous sol at 100mL/ min ran a 10 minute test at 50% power and a 5 minute test at 100% particle sizes were not significantly affected although…"
"I found this article very helpful although i tried it after colloid mill (which is currently making sounds worse than the 1000w probe) i unfortunately had better success with the colloid mill. I would love for my expiriments to be a fraction of the…"
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