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Hi Dear Asim
I 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
Attached is a link with adivice on how to imporve results when using a sonicator to disperse and deagglomerate nanoparticles. I used it during a recent presentation and the customers thought it was very helpful.
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